Prices begin at $699 for the 64GB iPhone 8, $799 for the 8 Plus, and $99 for the iPhone X leather case. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus got this special edition around this time a year ago as well. The aluminum band and glass enclosure are both red, and the front - like the space gray iPhone - is all black. And it looks stunning. The phone will be available online starting tomorrow and will arrive in retail stores April 13th. Like previous year, the phone maker has partnered with Product (RED), an organization that campaigns to fight against HIV and AIDS in Africa.
The iPhone 8 models with third party displays are affected by this.
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More: I've had an iPhone X all week. As expected the official announcement of RED branded iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus has come via official press release from Apple.
If you're still in the market for a new smartphone or if you're due for an upgrade, a red iPhone 8 or 8 Plus is very attractive.
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When you buy the special edition iPhone 8, a portion of proceeds from the purchase will go directly to GLobal Fund HIV/AIDS that provide testing, counseling, treatment and prevention programs.
The Cupertino company on Monday launched its iPhone 8 series (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition, keeping up a lengthy tradition of relaunching their devices coated in scarlet. The iPhone 8 red model has a black front plate.
The special edition iPhones will be available for pre-orders from April 10th in stores starting April 13th. Until now, Apple has donated up to $160 million for this fund, making it the largest corporate donor for (Product) RED.
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