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Apple’s new red iPhone 7 is a charity-funding beauty

Every sale will help defeat AIDS/HIV

Ooh, red! Striking, eh? But Apple’s new Product (Red) Special Edition is more than just a standard iPhone in fancy new clothes: it’s a standard iPhone in fancy new clothes that also does good for the world, because every sale bumps a little cash into the Global Fund against HIV and AIDS. The bad news: Apple’s not showing any charity towards consumers, with the standard model coming in at £699 (128GB version) or £799 (256GB). The Plus is an even dearer £819 or £919. Still, you could just buy a Product (Red) leather or silicone or battery case for your existing iPhone 7 – they’re a mere £39. The whole range is available right now from the Apple Store.

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Marc was until fairly recently Editor of Stuff.tv, but now edits a site about cars instead. He has been a committed geek since getting a Tomytronic 3D aged seven, and a journalist since the week that Google was founded (really). He spends much of his free time taking photos of really small things (bugs, flowers, his daughters) or really big things (galaxies and the like through a telescope) and losing games of FIFA and Pro Evo online. You can email Marc at [email protected]

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