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Apple: What is (PRODUCT)RED and introducing the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Special Edition



We wanted to let you know what (PRODUCT)RED is, and give you some information about the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Special Edition

Red is a pretty colour, and the way Apple makes its iPhone make red a great colour for it. We've all seen it in person, if it's out in the street or in an Apple Store. The glossy pictures online and on Apple's website make the iPhone look stunning, and rightly so. Whilst it's a great product, we wanted to share some information about the red products you buy.

All (PRODUCT)RED Purchases Help Provide Testing, Counselling and Treatment for Tens of Millions of People Living with HIV/AIDS - says Apple's press release.

(RED) started back in 2006 and for the last 11 years, Apple has donated an amazing $160 million. This means that they have been able to help provide over 800 million days of lifesaving medication that helps prevent the transmission of HIV from mothers to their babies.

It's all part of living in an AIDS-free generation.

You can buy the iPhone 8 (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition in store and on the Apple website. iPhone 8 prices start from £699 and iPhone 8 Plus prices start from £799.

You can also buy (PRODUCT)RED Leather Cases for your iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone SE.

Silicone PRODUCT(RED) cases are also available for the above iPhone, apart from the iPhone SE.

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