But in China, the picture is fuzzier.
There, where a red iPhone could a big seller for Apple (see China's flag, culture), the company's online retail web site has no mention of (Product) RED or that proceeds from the sale of the red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in China will help fund the fight against HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa via the Global Fund. (Apple has not disclosed what percentage of each phone's cost is donated to charity.) Read more...More about Iphone 7 Plus, Iphone 7, Product Red, China, and Apple'>
If you're flying to the U.S. from the affected Middle East and North African airports, you won't be able to bring any electronic devices larger than a smartphone on flights. This means tablets, laptops, etc. will need to be placed in checked luggage, which increases the chance of them getting damaged during transport.
For many Apple users, the big question is: Will AppleCare cover damage for iPads or MacBooks damaged in checked baggage?
If you've got several hundred dollars to spare, you're in luck. Part of the proceeds from the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus devices will go to the organization, so buying one is for a good cause. (Sort of, anyway: Apple's contributed $130 million from sales of (RED) products over 10 years and made $45.7 billion in profit just last year, so, uh, the margins are pretty slim.)
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For those of us who don't have big bucks to shell out on a new iPhone, decal company dbrand has a solution. In a tweet Tuesday, dbrand ribbed Apple's shiny new device with the offer of a $10 red skin you can wrap around any iPhone: Read more...More about Phone Case, Apple, Iphone 7 Plus, Iphone 7, and Tech
So we're clear, there are four distinct iPad models, but there are several versions of each, which means consumers are faced with a mountain of options when they're shopping for one. You can get an iPad Mini 4, a regular ol' iPad, or one of two sizes of iPad Pro.
That's already quite a bit to sift through, and then you get to the storage and connectivity options: Read more...More about Tablets, Gadgets, Ipad Pro, Ipad, and Apple
The group, which is calling itself the Turkish Crime Family, demanded a $75,000 ransom in either Bitcoin or Ethereum, another form of online currency, to delete the data, reports Motherboard. The site broke the story Tuesday morning after corresponding with multiple people online claiming to represent the group, which will also settle for $100,000 worth of iTunes gift cards as payment. Read more...More about Hackers, Cyber Security, Icloud, Apple, and Tech'>