If you're still debating whether to get the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, let Apple's latest release make the decision for you. The two devices are released in a (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition and buying one could help to improve the lives of those living with HIV and AIDS.
Bathed in red, the stand-out pieces are enclosed in glass with a black front and aluminum band. You'll still have the fantastic Retina HD display, an incredible A11 Bionic chip to make sure you phone is more powerful than ever, plus fabulous photos and videos. Not only does it make a unique change from the space grey, gold and silver but some of the proceeds from so to the Global Fund HIV/AIDS grants so there can be more testing and lives are improved for people like those at Tema General Hospital in Ghana (pictured).
Since 2006, Apple has donated more than $160 million. The money also helps with counseling, treatment and even prevention programs focussing on stopping mothers from transmitting the virus to their children using ARV medication.
You can get the Special Edition in 64GB and 256GB models starting at AED2,991.50 in places like the UAE and Saudi Arabia later in April and the likes of Turkey and Israel will have to wait until May. The US, UK, Australia and more can get their hands on it from April 13.
If you've already got the iPhone X you can show your support with a (PRODUCT)RED iPhone X Leather Folio case for AED419.