10-year partnership of Apple with Red, an organization that aims to fight against Aids led to release of a new spectacular red iPhone 7. While Apple has already offered special red cases for the iPhone earlier, this is the first time the handset is available in red itself.
Inside the new red iPhone 7 has all the same internals as their space grey and other counterparts. Red iPhones are available since Friday, March 24, starting at $750 for a 128GB model. All the funds raised by Red goes to Global Fund HIV/Aids grants. Among other things, these grants provide testing and treatment for patients aiming at wiping out transmission of HIV.
Apple also introduced an upgraded iPad with a lower starting price. The new 9.7-inch iPad starts at $329, while previously the cheapest 9.7-inch iPad was $399. The new tablet features an A9 processor with 64-bit desktop-class performance, brighter Retina display and worldwide LTE.
A video app for iOS, called Clips, has also been revealed recently. It will be released with iOS 10.3 in April. The app lets users making fun videos to share on Apple's Messages app and through other social networks and video websites. Clips allows combining video clips, photos and music into videos and also comes with "artistic filters" shapes and emojis.
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