December 1st is World AIDS Day and as expected, Apple is turning its retail logos red to commemorate the event.…
December 1st is World AIDS Day and as expected, Apple is turning its retail logos red to commemorate the event. Additionally, Apple has published a couple of stories in the App Store highlighting its partnership with (RED) and how you can “help save a life.”
As the clock turns to December 1st around the World, Apple retail stores are turning their logos in honor of World AIDS Day. Stores in Japan, Australia, and more have already made the switch. Tim Cook highlighted the day on Twitter, touting that “together, we can achieve an AIDS-free generation.”
In addition to Apple’s logos at retail stores, Apple has also published a couple of stories in the App Store. The first is titled “Choose (RED). Give Life. “Here, Apple touts that its partnership with (RED) allows users to buy a product while also helping save a life. Apple says it has over 20 (RED) products this year, including Apple Watch bands, iPhone cases, and more.
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