Apple's new iPhones will be available in?64GB and 256GB?options for pre-order in select markets including the USA from April 10 onwards and will hit stores later this week, April 13.
Just a couple of days ago, Apple unveiled a brand new color for its iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus: red. Apparently, the update destroys iPhone 8 handsets with screens repaired by third-party shops. Up to 50% of the profits gained on these products is donated to the Global fund to help a noble cause.
Motherboard reported Tuesday that some iPhone 8 owners got a rude awakening after installing iOS 11.3 on their devices. Officially named as the (Product) Red Special Edition, a portion from the sale of the Red phone will go towards (RED), an organization supporting HIV/AIDS programs to provide counselling, testing, and medicine that prevents the transmission of HIV from a mother to her unborn child. They also feature some of our more loved iPhone 8 features: the dual 12-megapixel camera, Portrait mode, wireless charging, and more!
As of now, if your iPhone 8/ 8 Plus is suffering from the same issue, then it's advisable to get your phone checked at an authorised Apple service centre. There is one small difference from that release and this year's edition. Except this time, the front of the iPhone is black instead of white.
If you're planning on forking out for the iPhone 8, or the new red version due to be released on Friday, 13 April, you may want to prepare to handle it with the utmost caution. Both iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus come with iOS 11. "We are proud to support (RED) with this bold new iPhone and hope customers think it is as special as we do", Joswiak added.
If the investigation finds a violation of Israeli consumer law, Apple could face millions of dollars in fines as it has roughly 16% of the mobile phone market in the Jewish state.