(Product)Red iPhone available, Beijing overturns iPhone 6 ruling

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Apple begins sales of (Product)Red iPhone 7, $329 iPad, 32 & 128GB iPhone SE — After a brief outage, the Apple online store is back online, and is now selling the (Product)Red iPhone 7 [the 128GB is NZ$200 more than a 128GB iPhone 7: that’s NZ$1399 instead of $1199!], iPad, 32 & 128GB iPhone SE, all of which were announced last week.
The RED colour, available for the phone for the first time, is available in capacities of 128 and 256 gigabytes. While the back of the handset is red, the Apple logo on the back remains silver, and the front bezel is white.

Beijing court overturns ruling against Apple’s iPhone 6 — A Beijing court has overturned a 2016 ruling that Apple’s iPhone 6 violated a Chinese manufacturer’s patent, according to the South China Morning Post (as noted by MacRumors). The court ruled that the features of the iPhone 6 “completely change[d] the effect of the entire product” and made both phones “easily distinguishable in the eyes of consumers.”