Apple has a very old partnership with the (RED) organization, launching in the past several iPods in a special edition with red finishes. Last year, the iPhone 7 was the first smartphone in this range of special products, and now, half a year after the launch of the iPhone 8, we also have a special version of it. Since (RED) PRODUCT is a charitable organization that wants to fight AIDS, some of the money that customers will pay on the phone will go to the treatments of the sick, as well as research to find a cure.
iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available as of April 13 in Apple partner stores, with distinctive color phones. The aluminum frame is matt red, while the back of the glass has a slightly strident color, the surface being glossy. The buttons and the frame around the cameras are also red, while the frame around the display is black.
This decision seems to have been made following feedback from fans who criticized the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in the red (PRODUCT) red because they were coming with a white frame. The contrast between black and red is aesthetically aesthetically pleasing, many of those who chose the iPhone 7 in red, changing their device with a black screen, losing their warranty and water resistance in the process. They will have no reason to unplug the phone for the new red iPhone.
A special version for the iPhone X has not been announced and probably will not even exist. Already the production costs for this model are very high, and the introduction of a new assembly line for the carcass would probably mean even higher costs. Those who want to support the fight against AIDS, but who already have the iPhone X, can now buy a red "folio" pouch that protects both the back and the phone's display
The prices for the new iPhone models in the new color have not changed, so if you have not bought an iPhone from the current generation and you plan to do that, there will be no further hindrances