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Apple Introduces iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition

Customers Can Now Purchase iPhone in a Beautiful New Finish & Contribute to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS CUPERTINO, California: Apple® today announced iPhone® 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition in a vibrant red aluminium finish, in recognition of more than 10 years of partnership between Apple and (RED). This gives customers an unprecedented way to contribute to the Global Fund and bring the world a step closer to an AIDS-free generation. The special edition (PRODUCT)RED iPhone will be available to order online worldwide and in stores beginning Friday, March 24. “Since we began working with (RED) 10 years ago, our customers have made a significant impact in fighting the spread of AIDS through the purchase of our products, from the original iPod nano (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition all the way to today’s lineup of Beats products and accessories for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “The introduction of this special edition iPh

Apple Leak Reveals Massive, Expensive New iPhone

The iPhone 8 (some claim it will be called the ‘iPhone X’), is going to be the  most radical redesign  of  Apple   AAPL +0.59% ’s smartphone range to date. And now a major source has just revealed its biggest new feature and most painful drawback… Nikkei, the world’s largest financial newspaper, has  reported  that Apple will launch three configurations of iPhone in 2017. Two of these are expected to be incremental updates on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (with iPhone 7S and iPhone 7S Plus branding), and an iPhone 8 with an all new OLED display measuring a massive 5.8-inches. This would mean the iPhone 8 has the largest display of any iPhone ever made and is significantly larger than any current mass market smartphones (though the  Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will change that ). The good news for those worried the iPhone 8 will be too big is  corroborating reports  say Apple will shrink the top and bottom bezels to make it smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus. The pain poin

Forget Your iPhone 7 Plus, Ignore The Galaxy S7 Edge, This Is Your Smartphone of 2016

To me, deciding on my ' Smartphone of the Year ' is a curious challenge. The choice can't simply be 'the best phone' because everyone has a slightly different criteria for what makes the best phone. If I were to think about it empirically and go for the phone that fits the majority of people's criteria I wouldn't have the best phone, I would have 'the average phone of the year' that upsets the least number of people. For a smartphone to pick up my personal award it needs to say something about itself, about the manufacturer behind it, and it needs to reflect the smartphone industry over the last twelve months. So, with just a little bit of scene-setting and discussion about the phones I'm placing in third and second place, let's find out my smartphone of 2016. Third Place: Jolla C, by Jolla I've known that the  Jolla C  would be in the running for a long time for the award, because for the middle six months of the year it was

Tech: Apple's iPhone 7 Causes Frenzy In South Korea -- Is Samsung's Hold Over Its Home Turf In Jeopardy?

Telecom stores and boutique electronics retailers across South Korea flooded with Apple fanatics all day Friday in hot pursuit of the  iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, with lines of 200 at some of the biggest stores before opening hours. At a telecom megastore in Seoul’s downtown Gwanghwamun,  25-year-old Yoo Byung-moon  camped out for  four days  to be the first in the country to collect the most popular Apple phone in Korea yet, priced between 869,000 won and 1.28 million won (about $764-$1,125). Some reports  estimated total sales  at 300,000 units on opening day, whereas 10,000 units is considered a success in Korea. Other loyal fans who were quick enough to preorder early picked up their phones in a calm, orderly manner. James Oh, who has a Galaxy S series for work and iPhone for personal use, was one of the thousands to book an iPhone when preorders opened last Friday. The three major telecoms reported record preorders, double the demand for the iPhone 6 and selling out a

Apple iPhone 7 Review: Love Or Hate It, You Can Choose Your New iPhone Review

As the hand-picked members of the world’s tech press walked out of Apple’s iPhone 7 launch event, they and countless more who watched online were busy working on the coverage of the event firstly in their heads, then at a keyboard, before hitting the digital presses. Balancing arguments and personal judgement, everyone will have had a different experience of the event. Personal decisions influence the coverage, an Apple event especially. It’s not just a matter of relaying facts, it’s about offering opinions and context. Given that, shall we ‘think different’ about Tim Cook’s event and have some fun? Rather than be guided by a single viewpoint, I shall leave it to you dear reader to decide what sort of coverage you’d like to read. At the end of every section, you can guide the tone of the next part of the coverage. Let’s start with a simple question. How confident are you about Apple’s future? Click here if Apple is going to continue to soar and remain untouchable… Click her