Apple has officially unveiled (Product) Red versions of its iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, confirming recent reports about plans for the charity–supporting smartphones.
Both devices feature the unmistakable red look seen in similar iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models released last year.
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The bezels are black, rather than the white finish seen on Apple’s previous (Product) Red iPhones.
Although Apple has not launched a (Product) Red edition of the iPhone X, it has released a special leather folio case for its flagship smartphone, with a percentage of the proceeds going towards fighting HIV/AIDS in eight African countries.
The phones are priced at the same point as standard iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 models, starting at £699 for a 64GB SIM–free handset.
Pre–orders open today, 10th April, with in–store availability from 13th April.
Apple has not revealed its long–awaited rose gold iPhone X, which has been rumoured by tech watchers for over a month.
The California company is said to be looking for ways to boost disappointing sales of its top–end phone.