iPhone 7 Product(RED) and iPhone 7 Plus PRODUCT(RED) Special Edition
Halfway through the life cycle of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Apple released PRODUCT(RED) Special Edition versions. The red color is available for two largest capacities only: 128 GB and 256 GB. Part of the income will go to the RED project that fights for the HIV+/AIDS free generation. This thought might comfort you while you’ll be shelling out your money for the new iPhones.
The specter of red slightly differs across the line: iPhone 7 is matt closer to orange, while iPhone 7 Plus is on the darker side of red and features glossier finish. Both have anodized aluminum casing which is completely red, not only on the surface. The Apple symbol in the back is of polished aluminum. The SIM-tray is also completely red. The speakers’ grills are black though and the mute button is white as well as the front and the bezels of the PRODUCT(RED) iPhones.
That somehow ruins the otherwise smooth and sleek design. Apple tried to live up to the red color in the box and the manual but the power unit, the Lightning cable and the AirPods from the box are white. So you won’t be able to match your red iPhone with red earpieces and cables.
The top YouTube blogger JerryRigEverything tried to replace the screen with the black one but failed to restore the home physical button. Apple sees to it that nobody tampered with their products and being replaced the physical button from the other model faults and a user has to use the virtual Home button instead.
A short video about a new RED iPhone 7:
Apple PRODUCT(RED) items list includes: MacPro, iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle, Smart Battery Case for iPhone, iPhone bumper.
The Product Red initiative is often criticized for shifting the focus from charity to goods consuming and lack of money transfer transparency as well. Money are feared to land with pharmaceutical companies rather than with average people who need them most. The amount of funds raised through the massive advertising of the products is also criticized as the ads cost are much more higher than the charity returns.
Anyway, it’s your choice entirely if you like to spend your money on red iPhones 7 rather than on basic models. Technically they don’t feature any differences save the casing color.
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