Are you red-y for the latest iPhone colour, Apple fans?
According to Apple’s latest announcement, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be getting a brand new colour. The two phones are now available in RED™ and are currently available on their website.
In a report by The Guardian, some of the proceeds made from sales of Apple’s RED™ products will be donated to the Product Red initiative to help fight the battle against HIV and Aids.
The RED™ iPhone 7 will be priced at RM3,699 (128GB) and RM4,199 (256GB) while the iPhone 7 Plus will be priced at RM4,299 (128GB) and RM4,799 (256 GB).
Along with the announcement of the new iPhone colour, Apple also announced that their more affordable iPhone SE will be getting more storage, as newer versions will soon have 32 and 128GB worth of space.
Apple will also be releasing a new app called Clips, which will debut with the new iOS 10.3 update, which is expected to arrive in April.
Clips is a video app that, according to Apple, allows users to “make and share fun videos with text, effects, graphics, and more.”
Online sales for the RED™ iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will start at 11.01 p.m. (Malaysian time) this Friday (24th March) on Malaysia’s Online Apple Store, so remember to mark your calendars!
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