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Apple Unveils Red iPhone 7

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Buy an iPhone, support a good cause

Apple unveils its premiere red iPhone today. For the first time in the iPhone's decade-long history, it will be available in a red aluminum finish and only in the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models. A portion of the purchase will help benefit the Global Fund to Fight AIDS as part of Apple's long-standing partnership with (PRODUCT) RED.

“Since we began working with (RED) 10 years ago, our customers have made a significant impact in fighting the spread of AIDS through the purchase of our products, from the original iPod nano (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition all the way to today’s lineup of Beats products and accessories for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch,” Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, said in a statement posted on Apple's website. According to Cook, the new iPhone 7 (RED) models are the company's biggest (RED) offering to date.

The (RED) models are the same iPhone 7 models that dropped last year. (No word as to whether an iPhone 7s or that $1,000 iPhone 8 is on the horizon.) It will retail for $749 and up when it hits stores, both online and physical, Friday, March 24. Consider this just the beginning of the full-fledged Apple announcements. As we inch closer to September, the buzz of new products and what could be will get louder and louder. Stay tuned and, uh, start saving.

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Amanda Bynes has just graduated with the Class of 2019 from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. Late Monday evening, Bynes shared a photo to Twitter celebrating the achievement, posing alongside a classmate in her cap and gown.

TMZ shared additional selfies with fellow classmates from the graduation ceremony. Sources told TMZ that Bynes seemed "ecstatic," and that she was "getting tons of love from her teachers and peers."

The actress has been enrolled at the school since 2014, though, as Page Six notes, was kicked out for a short period of time toward the beginning of her studies, but returned and completed her program within five years.

In March of this year, Bynes checked into a mental health facility after an alleged relapse, following four years of sobriety. Prior to that, she had returned to the public in late 2018 with an interview with Paper in which she opened up about her experience with depression after the release of She's The Man, as well as her drug use.

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