Apple's iPhone 7 family didn't step out in any colors flashier than rose gold at launch. This morning, however, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus join the long line of Apple devices that have gotten the Product (RED) treatment. Aside from the florid finish, these special-edition iPhones are internally identical to their more subdued siblings.
A portion of the purchase price for each Product (RED) iPhone 7 will go to support The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. (RED) iPhones will be available in 128GB and 256GB versions on March 24. Prices will start at $749.
Along with its special-edition iPhone 7s, Apple quietly noted that it'll be doubling the base storage of the iPhone SE. The 16GB and 64GB versions of that device will be no more as of this Friday. Instead, Apple's tiniest iPhone will house 32GB and 128GB of storage. Prices will still start at $399. We're glad to see the 16GB scourge finally eliminated from iOS devices with this move.
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