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Apple's customers contributed approximately $270 million to the battle against AIDS

Apple customers have contributed significantly to eliminate AIDS over the last 15 years by supporting the Global Fund

Apples customers contributed approximately $270 million to the battle against AIDS
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iPhones from Apple (PRODUCT)RED aren't only red in colour. Every purchase of (PRODUCT)RED donates a percentage of the earnings to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS. And, as a 15-year (RED) partner, Apple has raised nearly $270 million for the Global Fund through the sale of (PRODUCT)RED gadgets and accessories, according to the Cupertino behemoth on World AIDS Day.

Apple customers have contributed significantly to (REDcampaign )'s to eliminate AIDS over the past 15 years by supporting the Global Fund, which provides crucial access to healthcare services in the most vulnerable areas in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to a news release from the firm.

And, since COVID-19 continues to have an impact on communities all around the world, including HIV-positive people, the struggle to prevent global pandemics is more important than ever.

This year, Apple has provided new opportunities for customers to not only donate, but also to learn, connect, and raise awareness to help those affected by AIDS and COVID-19.

The iPhone 13 (PRODUCT)RED, iPhone 13 mini (PRODUCT)RED, and Apple Watch Series 7 (PRODUCT)RED are among the new (PRODUCT)RED smartphones and accessories available from Apple.

Additionally, from now until December 6, every purchase made with Apple Pay on apple.com, in the Apple Store app, or in an Apple Store will result in a $1 donation to the Global Fund.

Apple is allowing consumers who want to demonstrate their support for the cause to do so with a selection of six red Apple Watch faces available for download at apple.com/in/product-red.

2 Face Sharing allows you to share these faces with other Apple Watch users once they've been downloaded.

Finally, the App Store is showcasing Positive Singles, an inclusive dating app that unites singles living with HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted illnesses in order to raise awareness.

For people who have recently been diagnosed and are looking for helpful information, the app also gives suggestions and resources. On the Watch Now page of the Apple TV app, viewers can explore a riveting collection of TV series and movies that expose the human cost of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

Half of the proceeds will go to the Global Fund's COVID19 response until December 31, 2022, in order to offset COVID19's impact on the fight to eliminate AIDS. eliminating

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