Apple Launches (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Updates iPhone SE Capacity

Apple Launches (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Updates iPhone SE Capacity

March 21, 2017 09:39 EST • Alexandre Vallières-Lagacé • 2 minute read

After what felt like an eternity for Apple fans and buyers looking to get a new upgraded Mac or iPad, Apple finally lifted the veil on this morning updates. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus now has a (PRODUCT)RED version available that is inline with the Jet Black version of each mobile phone and the iPhone SE got a spec bump.

On March 24th, you will be able to order a new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in the 128GB and 256GB capacities starting at 749$ (1029$CA) and expect delivery before the end of the month in 40 countries worldwide.

There is also be new silicone and leather cases available for 35$ (45$CA) in the following new colours: azure, camellia and pebble (in silicone), and taupe, sapphire and berry (in leather).

The iPhone SE also got a small update, the capacities of both SKU are now doubled from 16GB and 128GB to 32GB and 256GB for the same prices of 399$ (579$CA) and 499$ (709$CA).

Well, this is a nice update to the iPhone 7 but I really don’t understand why it has a white faceplate. People have always preferred red and black devices and Apple was sooo close to make that phone a reality! 😫 Maybe Colorware will start offering a “front-only” update to get it black? Or get a display assemble from a Space Gray phone on your PRODUCT(RED) iPhone 7? It will be more expensive but at least you’ll get there…

The iPhone SE got a good update to an already amazing little phone. The larger capacity for the same price point is great, especially since you get 4x more capacity for just a 100$ upgrade!

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