Apple iPhone just released the newest edition red color of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus which was initially released in September 2016. The release of this fabulous new color is to commemorate the 10-year partnership between Apple and Red, an organization that helps fight AIDS.

Details about this newest edition Apple red iPhone...

This new red iPhone will still contain the same aluminum body, just with a bright red vibrant color, and will come in 128 GB and 256 GB, starting at the price of $749.

The new red iPhone limited edition will be available in stores and online starting this Friday.

It is not said how long this special colored phone will be in stores for. Additionally, Apple has not provided any specifics about the timeframe of how long this special phone will be sold for or what stores it will be available in as well.

A part of proceeds of this new phone will also be donated to Red to continue to help fight the battle with AIDS.

Check out the newest edition iPhone 7...

Apple's most recent quarter sold 78.3 million iPhones

In Apples most recent quarter, the tech company hit a record high, selling 78.3 million iPhones. The company believed most of its success came from the high demand of the iPhone 7 Plus.

From a consumer perspective and an avid Apple user, it is crazy how high the cost of a phone has gotten over the past years. If you want a phone (preferably an Apple device) that can store a good amount of storage capacity, most people do not purchase the smallest amount of storage space (megabytes) of the iPhone. Thus leaving you to get the second most expensive iPhone on the market which is currently around $900 (if you are buying the hottest Apple device out the iPhone 7 Plus.

What is even crazier is that the cost of a computer is around $1,300-- not that much less than the newest iPhone on the market and your computer will last a way lot longer. In the end, what consumers have to realize is, Apple has such high demand for these products, they can AND will charge whatever they want for these smartphones.