Apple has announced the launch of a red version of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The new red model will join the existing colour options of black, jet black, silver, gold and rose gold.
The red model has been launched to mark 10 years of partnership between Apple and the AIDS charity (RED), which was founded by U2 frontman Bono.
Proceeds from the sales of the red model will go to the (RED) Global Fund, which aims to eliminate AIDS worldwide.
The red iPhone 7 will be available to order online from March 24.
Apple is releasing two versions of the device in 128GB and 256GB storage options with prices starting at 26,500 baht.
The phone will be available from the Apple website and from authorised resellers in Thailand.
Apple also announced the launch of two larger capacity iPhone SE models, adding 32GB and 128GB storage options.
The move arguably makes the option of buying the iPhone SE more attractive than ever, as Apple has doubled the storage capacity of its entry level model from 16GB to 32GB, without increasing the price, which currently stands at 16,800 baht.
The new iPhone SE models will also be available from March 24.
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