Apple Has Contributed $200 Million to PRODUCT(RED) in the Fight Against AIDS

www.iphonehacks.com /
Apple Has Contributed $200 Million to PRODUCT(RED) in the Fight Against AIDS

Apple has launched several different PRODUCT(RED) devices in the past, including the iPhone XR, an Apple Watch strap, and previous iPhone generations.

Similar articles

Apple’s Product(RED) contributes over $200 million to fight AIDS

Apple’s Product(RED) contributes over $200 million to fight AIDS

www.cultofmac.com /

iPhones, cases and other products in Apple’s Product(RED) line are more than just colorful; they’ve so far been responsible for $200 million going to pay for HIV/AIDS counseling, testing and medication. Apple partnered with (RED) 11 years ago, with purchases of select products contributing to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Apple

Apple Has Raised $200 Million Through (PRODUCT)RED Sales to Fight AIDS

Apple Has Raised $200 Million Through (PRODUCT)RED Sales to Fight AIDS

www.macrumors.com /

Apple, a longtime supporter of AIDS research through its (RED) partnership, today shared some details on the work (RED) is doing to put an end to AIDS in Africa with the money it raises for the Global Fund.

Apple Says It's Raised Over $200 Million to Help (RED) Fight AIDS

Apple Says It's Raised Over $200 Million to Help (RED) Fight AIDS

www.iclarified.com /

Apple announced today that its contributions to (RED) have reached $200 million, making it the largest corporate donor. Since its founding by Bono and Bobby Shriver, (RED) has raised more than $600 million to support the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, $200 million of which has come from its partnership with Apple, the organization’s largest corporate donor

Apple touts $200M contributed to PRODUCT(RED), making it the largest single contributor

Apple touts $200M contributed to PRODUCT(RED), making it the largest single contributor

9to5mac.com /

As noted by Apple’s product marketing VP, Greg Joswiak, in an interview with CNET yesterday, Apple is gearing up to support World AIDS day next month. Now, Apple has shared an in-depth post on those who are working to end AIDS first-hand along with some more details about how it has helped with PRODUCT(RED).

Apple says iPhone XR is 'best-selling' iPhone, as it promotes RED model to help fight AIDS

Apple says iPhone XR is 'best-selling' iPhone, as it promotes RED model to help fight AIDS

www.usatoday.com /

The iPhone XR has been the “best-selling" iPhone since it went on sale.