The Apple online store has returned, which means Apple’s latest devices are finally available to purchase.
You can order the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 series, the new 9.7-inch iPad, and the refreshed iPhone SE with more storage right now!
It seems the most exciting addition to Apple’s lineup is the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7. It’s been rumored for months, and it finally delivers a fancy new color option we’ve never had before (the pink iPhone 5c doesn’t count).
Some fans are disappointed that the device doesn’t sport black glass as opposed to white, but you can bet the first (PRODUCT)RED iPhone will sell like hot cakes regardless. That means you’re going to need to act fast if you want to bag one before shipping estimates slide.
Prices start at $749 for a 128GB iPhone 7 (there is no 32GB version) and rise to $869 for a 128GB iPhone 7 Plus. The 256GB versions are priced at $849 and $969 respectively.
The new 9.7-inch iPad, Apple’s most affordable tablet to date, starts at $329 with 32GB of storage. It looks identical to the original iPad Air (without a mute switch), and packs the A9 processor from the iPhone 6s series — an upgrade over the A8X chip found in iPad Air 2.
You can also get a 128GB model for $429, while the 32GB and 128GB Wi-Fi + Cellular options with LTE connectivity are priced at $459 and $559 respectively.
The other new edition to the store is the upgraded iPhone SE, which now comes in 64GB and 128GB flavors — up from 16GB and 64GB. Everything else remains exactly the same, including prices, so it starts at $399 and rises to $499 unlocked.
Apple also introduced an upgraded iPad mini 4 with 128GB of storage and new Apple Watch bands earlier this week. However, these went on sale immediately online and in Apple retail stores, while everything else was held until this morning.