Apple (Product)RED iPhone 8

Apr 10, 2018

Category: Tech

Back in 2006, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant Apple teamed up with The Global Fund to help raise money to fight HIV/AIDS by selling limited edition all-red products. Their most recent? The new Apple (Product)RED iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.

The aluminum band along the sides of the phone as well as the glass backing, buttons, and just about everything else is given a red all-over treatment. Already jump on the new iPhone? Don’t worry. You can still do your part to pitch in by picking up Apple’s new (PRODUCT)RED iPhoneX Leather Folio that is available starting Tuesday 10th of April. For those of you who haven’t yet felt the urge to grab up the newer models of iPhone, now is your chance to have your hard-earned dollars go towards the $160 million Apple has already donated over the past decade plus. Look for these special edition iPhones starting April 13th.

Purchase: $700

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