Apple has just released iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus in bright red colors! In addition, Apple also rolled out a new iPad with a 9.7-inch display and doubled the memory of iPhone SE.
(PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus
Both models are available in 128 GB and 256 GB variants. Unsurprisingly, they are priced higher than other iPhone 7 variants. iPhone 7 will cost you $749 while the iPhone 7 Plus will start from $869.
These new devices are part of the (PRODUCT)RED lineup. So far only iPod and other accessories were released under this lineup. However, this is the first time Apple has released a (PRODUCT)RED iPhone.
Apple has been supporting the RED campaign for over a decade in its fight against AIDS. A part of the proceeds will go towards AIDS research.
They will be available for order from March 24 on Apple Online Store.
iPhone SE with 32/128GB Storage
Apple has also introduced a hardware upgrade for iPhone SE. It now comes loaded with 128 GB storage. These newer models will replace the older devices that ship with 16 GB and 64 GB storage.
Apart from increasing the storage and slashing the price for the 32GB version, the hardware specifications still remain the same.
It comes with a 4-inch display with a resolution of 1.136 x 640 pixels, Apple A9 processor and a 12 MP camera.
This move is surely aimed at snatching market share from competitors. A new iPhone and iPad is already in the offing so it makes sense to lower the prices of older products.
The 32GB iPhone SE will cost you $399 whereas the 128GB model costs $499.
New 9.7-inch iPad with 32/128GB Storage
Apple has also released a new 9.7 inch iPad to tackle declining tablet sales. It comes in 32 GB and 128 GB variants.
If you want to buy this iPad, go for the 128GB WiFi version. It offers good bang for your buck. I will do a thorough comparison soon.
The new 128GB WiFi iPad will cost you $329 whereas the cellular version will go for $459.
I really don’t like the new red iPhone 7. It looks too gaudy.
What about you? Will you buy it? Let us know in the comments below.