Here is everything Apple announced yesterday

Apple yesterday unveiled a range of new products including a red iPhone 7, an upgraded, lower-cost 9.7 inch iPad, and Clips, a brand new app to create videos on iOS

Special Edition Red iPhone 7

As for the special edition Product Red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, these products attract customers immediately thanks to its stunning and fashionable look. However, the new color will be available in 128 and 256 GB storage models. Apart from a new color, this version still features the same internal parts as the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. The red model will be released online and in stores this friday, starting at $749.

In addition, it is worth noticing that Apple has partnered with the (RED) to produce this special edition, aiming at donating a portion of their sales to the Global Fund for HIV/AIDS prevention programs.

Besides, Apple also released a small update for the iPhone SE. The 4-inch iPhone now comes in 32GB and 128GB models, an upgrade over the 16GB and 64GB models introduced last year.

New 9.7-inch iPad

Apple also introduced a new upgraded 9.7 inch iPad with a faster processor and a comparatively affordable price. This new device starting at $329, is probably the cheapest iPad so far. Another improvement of this new device is that it features a Retina display, providing users with better experience to watch photos and videos. However, in comparison with iPad Air 2, 9.7-inch iPad is little thicker and heavier.

If you are interested with this new tablet then it will be available for pre- order starting March 24 in the U.S and more than 20 other markets.

A new video App – Clips

Another product launched yesterday is a new app called Clips, that can be shared through social media and messages. Basically, Clips works similar to other editing videos apps out there , offering basic functions such as trimming footage, adding effects and music and combining photos. What’s more is that this app can automatically recognize people in the video and suggests them as recipients of your messages.

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