Apple announced two new red colored iPhones, today.
iPad features a beautifully bright Retina display with over 3.1 million pixels for stunning pictures and videos. Apple has made this the main iPad at 9.7-inches and removed the iPad Air.
Apple has surprised users with the announcement of a special edition of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus in a vibrant red aluminum finish, marking a decade of collaboration between the phone maker and (RED). Apple now appears intent on focusing its developmental resources on the Pro lineup that is targeting the enterprise (support for Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard are still reserved for Pro models).
It is another year for iPhone and Apple kicks of its celebration by introducing the reddest red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in recognition of the company's partnership with (RED).
The new entry-level iPad is part of an effort to simplify the tablet line by discontinuing the iPad Air line and the iPad Mini 2, an older model without Touch ID that started at $269. Retina display is a marketing term coined by Apple that refers to devices and screens with extremely high resolutions at around 300 pixels per inch.
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In addition, it has a very good 12.2-megapixel camera that can record video in slow motion, as well in Ultra HD (2160x3840). The same model with cellular connectivity added comes in at $459. Apple unveiled them through press releases Tuesday rather than a staged event, as it typically does for bigger product releases. Multitasking features including Slide Over, Split View and Picture-in-Picture help you do even more.
The red iPhone options will be available on Friday March 24, in 128GB and 256GB models starting at US$749. Denmark, India, Mexico, Norway, Russia, Turkey and other countries and regions will follow in April. Finally, Brazil, Taiwan, and others will get it in May.
Besides the upgraded devices, the Cupertino giant is also launching a new standalone video editing app, Clips with sharing functionality.
(Red) is the organization that partners with companies to create special versions of products that, when sold, contribute a portion of those sales to the Global Fund to fight the spread of AIDS.
Anyone who wants to learn the basics or go further with their new iPad can register for a free workshop at any Apple Store®.