Apple on Tuesday announced a new version of its 9.7-inch iPad, and a special edition of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The new red aluminum iPhone is part of Apple’s decade-long (RED) campaign, which contributes to the Global Fund to fight AIDS. The new phone will priced from $749 and available on Friday.
As for the iPad, the $329 updated iPad comes with a brighter display, Touch ID, worldwide LTE support, the A9 chip and iOS 10. A year ago, Apple released the 9.7 inches iPad Pro, at $599, which featured Apple Pencil compatibility and an improved display.
Apple also says iPhone SE will be available beginning March 24, in 32GB and 128GB models, starting price of $399 at Apple.com and Apple stores.
The Special edition (Product)Red joins iPhone 7 finishes in jet black, black, silver, gold and rose gold.
Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus (Product)Red special edition will be available in 128GB and 256GB models starting at $749 from Apple.com and Apple stores.
Special edition (Product)Red iPhone will be available to order online worldwide and in stores from Friday, March 24.
The company on Tuesday also announced a free new app, Clips, that helps users combine video clips, photos and music to be shared through messages and social media. Clips, which will be available in April on iOS 10.3, has “artistic filters” shapes and emojis.
The app automatically recognizes people in the video and suggests them as recipients of the messages, Apple said. The app pulls in elements that are popular in Instagram, Snapchat, Vine, Google Photos and Musical.ly.
On top of the new products, Apple also announced new silicon and leather case colors for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and expanded storage capacity for the iPhone SE.
Apple shares closed at an all-time high of $141.46 a share on Monday, and inched higher in morning trading.