Apple iPhones launch in a special Red edition


Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus comes with a Red-back panel which is quite different from the one which is there on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus (Product) Red. Now today, the company has launched these special edition iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in India as well. However, what the differentiates the standard edition and (PRODUCT) RED edition of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus is the color. Countries like Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, South Korea, UK and the USA already have the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus Red editions available to them. All the money that Apple receives from the sale of Red Edition phones goes towards Red, the global fund for HIV/AIDS grants. Last month Nomura's Anne Lee reduced her estimate of iPhone X calendar Q1 sales to between 8 million and 12 million.

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This source says Apple ordered the production of too many units of the iPhone X in the last calendar quarter of 2017, and is now trying to "burn off" the inventory that has piled up at its resellers.

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Furthermore, the back looks familiar with the latest generation of USA iPhones as it only includes the text "iPhone" and misses out the regulatory FCC logos. This is a 6-core processor that is claimed to be 25% faster than the previous gen chipset.

Other speculated specifications include HEIF/HEVC media recording, a headphone jack, and wireless charging support, which doesn't seem unlikely since the phone will sport a glass back. And obviously, the headphone jack is still missing. It could be argued that the iPhone 5 and 5S were the pinnacle of the iPhone design with their rectangular and industrial body. It is not for sure if the smartphone will support FaceID or not.