The New iPad and iPhone 7 (Red) now available to book online
Apple just starts accepting orders for the new iPad 9.7-inch, as well as the iPhone 7 (Red) and the iPhone 7 Plus (Red) on their official website.
The online booking of the new Apple mobile devices is available in Spain, Sweden, Mexico, the United States, Canada, Australia, China, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Switzerland, Germany, Holland and the UK.
Unfortunately, by what appears to be, the new iPad 9.7-inch won’t be available for reservation in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking countries until April.
Book the new Apple iPad
The new tablet from the company of Cupertino. It became known simply as “iPad” and its technical specifications are basically identical to those of the iPad Air 2 except for the implementation of the a9 processor includes a screen resolution of 2.048 x 1.536 With 264 pixels per inch, a iSight camera 8 Megapixel iSight, a 1.2 megapixel front, two speakers, lightning connector, Jack from 3.5 millimetres, functionality Touch ID with Apple pay and Bluetooth 4.2.
Curiously, it is worth mentioning that the new Ipad is slightly thicker and heavier than the iPad Air 2. is available from $ 430 (32 GB of storage) in the case of this mode of a low – cost Apple tablet. The cheapest tablet in the history of the company.
Book the new iPhone 7 (Red)
As for the iPhone 7 (Red), we are faced with a special edition version of the smartphone whose benefits will provide a percentage of donations to collaborate with the global fund in the fight against aids.
iPhone 7 (Red) and the iPhone 7 Plus (Red) have a fabulous finish of ruby red color in the back of its shell, accompanied by an apple logo of silver color and bevels front white. In terms of its characteristics, they are completely identical to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
The reservation of the iPhone 7 (Red) is available for $ 950 (128 GB) and $ 1069 (256 GB), while the iPhone 7 Plus (Red) is available for $ 1100 (128 GB) and $ 1220 (256 GB).
According to Apple, mobile devices will begin to be sent to consumers at the end of March, both in the United States and in more than 40 countries.