Red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Now Officially Available in the Philippines

For every purchase of the Red Apple iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, a portion of the profit will go to the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS in Africa.

Think of it as one of Apple Community's ways of helping others - albeit not entirely non-commercial.

According to Apple, "[Just] one US Dollar can provide three days of life-saving medicine [for people living with HIV/AIDS]. Your contributions provide HIV counseling, education, and care services [...] in Ghana, Lesotho, Rwanda, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Kenya, and Zambia. Together, we can deliver an AIDS-free generation."

If you're a Pinoy Apple Fan who wants to contribute to the cause or if you simply love Red, I'm sure you'll be happy to know that this special color of the iPhone is now officially available in the Philippines.

Red iPhone 7, Red iPhone 7 Plus

You can purchase your unit directly through Apple's official website in our country - - or by calling 1800-1651-0525. The Cupertino company offers nationwide delivery.

Red iPhone 7, Red iPhone 7 Plus

The technical specifications and prices of the handsets are similar to the regular versions. However, you can't them with just 32GB of internal storage.

128GB Red iPhone 7 sells for Php 43,990 while the 256GB variant goes for Php 49,990.

On the other hand, you can grab the 128GB Red iPhone 7 Plus for Php 50,990 and the 256GB version for Php 56,990.

Red iPhone 7, Red iPhone 7 Plus

Supplementary Reading: 
Apple iPhone 7 Philippines 
Apple iPhone 7 Plus Philippines

Side Note: For more than a decade now, Apple has been releasing limited edition Red versions of its iPods and accessories with the noble goal of donating a portion of the proceeds to worthwhile projects that benefit humanity. Thanks these Red iDevices and the people who bought them, Apple has become the biggest corporate contributor to the Global Fund with a total donated amount of $130 Million USD.

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