(PRODUCT) RED version of iPhones XS and XS Max may arrive later this month

(PRODUCT) RED version of iPhones XS and XS Max may arrive later this month

Someone eagerly awaiting news of a possible release of versions (PRODUCT) RED From XS iPhones and XS Max? For this article is just for you though I should note since we are not talking about 100% reliable rumors.

The website iPhoneHacks came across a post on the Chinese social network Weibo indicating that the red models of the devices may be released by Apple. still in this month. The author of the publication provided no evidence or evidence of his information, citing just a tip from Apple's supply chain employees.

According to the author, Ma will launch the XS and XS Max iPhones in China without the (PRODUCT) RED brand, baptizing them instead as “China Red”. The case has precedence: iPhones 7 and 8 have already been / are sold red in the Wall Country without the stamp of the AIDS fighting foundation there, the disease charged with a series of stigmas and commonly associated with the contact of Chinese society with the west. Regardless, Apple warrants that even then, part of the profits generated by selling these devices will go to the organization, as in the rest of the world.

Obviously, the supposed launch of red iPhones in China does not necessarily mean that Apple will bring the news to the world immediately. But the company is unlikely to create a new color for an iPhone model to be released only in a country even more so when it comes to the (PRODUCT) RED version, so popular around the planet.

If it does, the launch of the XS / XS Max iPhones in February represents a good advance on Apple's strategy: usually, the (PRODUCT) RED versions of smartphones are released halfway through March or April. iPhone 7 and iPhone 8.

Was this the little sales push Ma would need right now? After rumors never materialized of a red version of iPhone X, after all, many people may be curious as to how Apple will apply the finish on their most expensive handsets.

via MacRumors