Apple has launched a series of new iPhone models and updated its iPad range, marking the last time it will reveal new hardware before the unveiling of the long–awaited iPhone 8.
Leading the line is a new colour option for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The Red iPhone takes its cue from previous Apple devices made available in that colour, with a percentage of profits going to the Product Red charity, which supports HIV and AIDS causes around the world.
Internal specs remain the same as the standard iPhone 7, with headphone access via the phone’s Lightning charging port, 32GB, 128GB or 256GB storage options and a dual lens camera on the larger iPhone 7 Plus.
Apple has also issued updated versions of the iPhone SE. The pocket-sized smartphone now comes in 32GB or 128GB options - up from 16GB and 64GB previously.
Prices remain the same, at £379 and £479 respectively. However, the device has not received any other internal upgrades.
Completing the line-up is a new 9.7–inch iPad. The successor to the iPad Air 2, it features an A9 processor, but keeps the eight-megapixel camera and the screen resolution as its predecessor.
It’s available from £339 for a 32GB, Wi–Fi-only model, rising to £559 for a 128GB model with 4G and Wi–Fi.
Apple has chosen to ditch the iPad Air name altogether, meaning this new model sits between the smaller, less powerful iPad mini and the high-end iPad Pro, which comes in 9.7–inch and 12.9–inch versions.
All of Apple’s new products are available to buy now.
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