(PRODUCT) RED iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus are now available on sale

A leaked render of the rumoured iPhone SE 2 which hints a glass body similar to iPhone 8 but in a iPhone SE form factor

A leaked render of the rumoured iPhone SE 2 which hints a glass body similar to iPhone 8 but in a iPhone SE form factor

The supposed 4-inch iPhone, expected to be dubbed as Apple iPhone SE 2, has surfaced in various leaks comprising listing from US Federal Trade Commission.

Apple launches RED Editions of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus as a Partnership with Product RED, Product RED is the Global Advocacy Group which dedicated to combating HIV/AIDS in Africa this month. RED edition models will be available in for all the existing storage variants for the iPhone 8 variant.

The 64GB version of iPhone 8 will cost Rs 67,940 while 128GB variant will be available for Rs 81,500. Interested Customers may also purchase iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus RED Editions to nearest authorized reseller of Apple. The new editions are now available for pre-orders on Flipkart and will go on sale starting April 30.

The special edition iPhone models will be available with all authorised Apple retailers. It's charging higher prices for several of its smartphone models and introduced ancillary products like the HomePod to deliver fresh revenue. Statistics show that Apple had raised approximately $160 million from the (PRODUCT) RED lineup till December 2017.

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Kuo has also earlier said that maybe the Apple can skip iPhone SE 2 this year and focus more towards the three iPhone handsets and Apple iPhone SE 2 will be the shift to the next year.

As smartphones continue to become unweildingly large, both in terms of display size and consequently the body, those with a preference for compact phones are left without too many options. One good thing is that the black front panel on the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus support wireless charging and they have a glass back panels.

According to Fast Company, the California-based tech giant will make only 8 million iPhone X units in its second quarter of the year, in response to lukewarm sales for its $1,000 top-of-the-line phone. Macotakar famously broke the story about Apple first ditching the headphone jack on the iPhone 7.

Recollecting some key specs, both the iPhones sports Retina HD displays with True Tone feature that adjust the white balance of the display to match the surrounding light for a more natural, paper-like viewing experience. It appears to have a similar Touch ID, display, selfie camera setup, and bezels.

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