To honor World AIDS Day, Apple Stores across the globe have turned their logos to red. Around 125 Apple Stores will turn their logo red for today, with another 400 of them putting up red decals over their Apple logo.
Apple retail employees will also join in by wearing red t-shirts. Tim Cook posted a couple of photos of an Apple Store with its logo turned red and retail employees wearing a red t-shirt.
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) November 30, 2018
Earlier this week, Apple also revealed that it has contributed over $200 million to (RED) in its fight against AIDS.
In addition to the above, Apple has published a couple of stories in the App Store for AIDS. The first one highlights Apple’s partnership with (RED) where the company donates a part of the proceedings from the sale of its (RED) branded products for AIDS research. This year alone, the company has launched over 20 (RED) branded products.
The second story is titled ‘Let’s Do The Impossible’ wherein the company highlights how it is possible to fight AIDS successfully.
Apple will also be donating $1 to (RED) for every Apple Pay transaction done in retail stores, online, and in the Apple Store app between December 1 through December 7th.
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