Good morning, Apple geeks! As you may know, the Apple online store went down last night for maintenance, but when it reinitialized at daybreak, we found more than just tweaks to the website. In be brief, we found two new items sitting on the virtual shelves of Apple’s sleek online store. Get ready to ooh and ahh. 

The first item is a silky red iPhone 7. It’s the latest product that showcases the support Apple has given for the past decade to HIV testing, medicine, and counseling programs. Apple is passionate about these programs because they can prevent the transmission of HIV from a mother to her unborn child, which eventually will lead to an AIDS-free generation. To date, Apple has given over a $130 million to this cause by just selling their (RED) products. This amount of money tells me that a lot of us geeks care right along with Apple about ending this devasting virus. So if you’re looking to upgrade on the 24 of March (that is the release date) to the iPhone 7, this is one of the best ways to do it. 

The second item we found gleaming on the shelf is the brand new iPad. Since the iPad Air 2 has gone the way of the Dodo bird, this aptly named model is meant to stand proudly in its place. With its weight coming in at 1.03 and 1.05 pounds (depending on which model you get) you won’t have to worry about your arm giving out if need to carry it around all day. Also, its fast 64-bit A9 chip and beautiful LED-backlit Multi-Touch display with IPS technology will keep you smiling as you blaze through your work (accurate color at any angle, clear images, and no tailing when touched is what IPS does).  

All in all, we think that the new products are worthy of your time and attention. With the iPad starting out at $329 and the good karma points you can add to your rising overall total with the new iPhone 7 (RED), you can’t go wrong. 

Take care my fellow Apple geeks and remember to stop by the blog to grab some beautiful things for your Apple devices.

 

 

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