Apple releases iPhone 7 in new, red colour alongside update iPad Pro and new apps
The company has made a range of different things for the (PRODUCT)RED project
Apple has released the iPhone in red, a brand new colour for its handsets.
The special edition phone will help benefit (PRODUCT)RED, the AIDS charity. Apple has worked with the charity a number of times in the past, creating red products and supporting it in a range of different ways.
It was unveiled alongside an update version of the smaller iPad Pro. That tablet features a brighter display and improved performance, as well as being sold at an even cheaper price.
And it unveiled new apps, too. The headline one was 'Apple Clips', which is intended to gather together different photos and videos and make them into a special clip that people can share.
The new, red phone will be available to order from 24 March, in both the normal and Plus size. Some information is available on the website.
A number of products weren't updated during the Apple Store refresh. That included the larger, 12.9-inch iPad and the iPhone SE, both of which had been heavily rumoured to receive an update.
There were also no updates to the Mac line.