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Apple turns its logo red in honor of World AIDS Day

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Apple turns its logo red in honor of World AIDS Day

Apple trademarks at the corporate’s retail retail outlets all over the world have became vibrant red these days, and that suggests something: it’s honoring the World AIDS Day. In the App Store, Apple and (RED) joined forces with developer Supercell, with 100 % of proceeds from consumers who purchase (RED) packs for Supercell’s games going to the Global Fund to fight AIDS.

And by the use of its homepage at Apple.com, the corporate is inviting consumers to lend a hand the initiative by way of buying (RED)-branded merchandise like Macs, iPhones, iPads, iPods, Watches and equipment equivalent to Beats headphones, the Smart Cover for the iPad Air and the Smart Case for the iPad Air 2.

The corporate additionally launched the professional (PRODUCT)RED instances for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus the day before today to have fun the instance. Lastly, Apple has additionally teamed up with Supercell, the developers of Clash of Clans, Boom Beach and Hay Day to donate income from the IAPs of the above video games for the improvement of a remedy towards AIDS and HIV.

Thus some distance, the initiative has raised over $320 million for the Global Fund, greater than $100 million through Apple on my own. The budget are most commonly allotted to offer training and hospital therapy to these so much suffering from this illness.
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