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Apple Launch New Red iPhone Only Available At Apple Stores

12 April 2018, 04:42 | Jodi Jackson

Apple Launch New Red iPhone Only Available At Apple Stores

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iPhone X is not getting the same special edition treatment, though. Unlike the previous iPhone 7 RED edition, the front of the iPhone 8 RED is now black, which looks better. The special edition of the iPhone in Red colour will be available to order online from April 10 in select countries. It starts from $699 for the iPhone 8 64GB in the U.S., which is the same price as the standard model.

Apple has announced it is releasing special editions of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in red for charity. They are using the new phones to help fund research for medication and possible cures for AIDs and HIV. So it's no surprise the two are linking up again to release a red version of Apple's iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. You can say that they are going to be available in various stores too and you'll get them easily. People who have already purchased the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus might be tempted to sell their current devices and buy the RED color versions.

Apple validated the once rumored collaboration today revealing the deliciously red looking products officially go on sale tomorrow.

The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will now be available in a red finish.

Apple Launch New Red iPhone Only Available At Apple Stores

Apple has just dropped a brand new iPhone colour to obsess over - the RED Special Edition. The rumor has turned true with the company's announcement that red-colored models of iPhone 8 would be rolled out in the market starting tomorrow. Both models sport a Red glass enclosure with a matching aluminum band and a Black front.

Both special edition models will be available to order beginning April 10 and will be on sale in stores in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, the United Kingdom and U.S. on April 13.

Apple has partnered with (Red) since 2006, and during the last 11 years, donated more than $160 million to the Global Fund, serving as the organization's largest corporate donor.




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