] As with other Item Red items, for each of these red iPhones that offers, Apple will make a small donation to the Global Fund to fight HIV/AIDS. The business does not disclose the exact size of these contributions, but it says it has actually donated $130 million through Item Red sales since 2006.
The iPhone SE is also getting a minor upgrade. The old 16GB and 64GB capabilities are being changed by 32GB and 128GB variations for ₤ 380 and ₤ 480. The brand-new iPhone SE models are otherwise the same from the originals and likewise begin delivering March 24.
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