Product Red iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Special Edition Smartphones Launched
- Author: Arturo Norris Apr 01, 2017,
Apr 01, 2017, 16:33
The new 9.7-inch iPad will launch on Friday, March 24 in Apple's online and brick-and-mortar stores.
We see two aspects to Apple's aggressive pricing strategy.
Apple is widely expected to unveil an update to its flagship iPhone this fall that might have new features such as wireless charging, 3-D facial recognition and a curved display.
The only sales growth in the 2016 fiscal year came from the services business, which includes Apple Music and the App Store, and the other products category.
The new iPad comes after Apple made a decision to drop its "Air" branding from its tablets. Improvements to Siri mean that the voice assistant now supports third-party apps such as WhatsApp and Uber.
The front- and back-facing cameras offer good low-light performance and HD video recording.
Compared to the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, the new iPad is a step down in terms of raw processing power.
With any luck, the new iPad will turn things around. Prices start at $749 (approximately P 37,652.98). This will get you the 32GB model with wi-fi only (no cellular 3G/4G).
The new iPhone may also reportedly feature augmented reality (AR) technology, including the ability to view additional information about an item or place by using the camera on the phone's screen. This latest model has a faster chip (compared to the Air 2's A8X) plus more storage space, and it's even a tad cheaper than its predecessor. We estimate that iPad gross margins have been far below Apple's corporate average for quite some time, and today's price cut probably won't help matters. The iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5 inch display for $41.58 per month - with the iPhone Upgrade Program or $869.
In Australia, the RED iPhone 7 be priced at $1229 for the 128GB model and $1379 for the 256GB, while the RED iPhone 7 Plus will be $1419 for the 128GB model and $1569 for the 256GB. The iPhone 7 Plus is £819 for the Sim-free 128GB model. One hundred percent of all money raised by (RED) goes directly to Global Fund HIV/AIDS grants that provide testing, counseling, treatment and prevention programs with a specific focus on eliminating transmission of the virus from moms to their babies. The company is now doubling the basic capacity of its iPhone SE to 32 gigabytes. Until now the iPhone was only available in 16GB and 64GB sizes.