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November 22nd, 2007 | Permalink

Apple: The New iPod Nano – Now Thinner Than Paper

File under: (PRODUCT) RED, Amazon, Apple, Apple iPod and iPhone, Early Adopter, Electronics, Music, Product Launches

The new look iPod Nano from Apple

It’s thin… really thin.

Apple has completely redefined its iPod Nano with a very thin square look, 2-inch screen, and metal finish. It has also upgraded the user interface to include cover flow and even games. Still available in 4GB and 8GB, the iPod Nano is now available in blue, metal, green, purple, and PRODUCT (RED).

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September 8th, 2007 | Permalink

Apple: Updated iPod Shuffle

File under: (PRODUCT) RED, Amazon, Apple, Apple iPod and iPhone, Early Adopter, Electronics, Music, Product Launches

Updated Apple iPod Shuffle including Product Red

Leading off the updated Apple product lineup is the refreshed iPod Shuffle. Still a small clip on music player with 1GB capacity, the iPod Shuffle is now available in blue, metal, green, purple, and now also in PRODUCT (RED). You can pick one up at Apple for $79 or save a few cents on Amazon.

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September 8th, 2007 | Permalink

Apple Launches an Outlet Store

File under: (PRODUCT) RED, Apple, Apple iPod and iPhone, Computer, Early Adopter, Electronics, Music, Refurbished

Apple Store

Apple Outlet

While it’s no secret that Apple has been selling refurbished products at great prices, Apple has finally decide to centralize these products under the name “Apple Outlet” which will also feature clearance and items and significantly discounted items. Check out this store for some great deals on iPods, iMacs, iBooks, and more.

Link:  Apple Outlet

May 31st, 2007 | Permalink

Apple Selling 8GB (PRODUCT) RED iPod nano

File under: (PRODUCT) RED, Apple, Apple iPod and iPhone, Electronics, Music

8GB (PRODUCT) RED iPod nanoApple Store

Apple has just released an 8GB (PRODUCT) RED iPod nano for $249. This is Apple’s second (PRODUCT) RED release after debuting a 4GB version when the campaign launched.

As we previously mentioned, the (PRODUCT) RED campaign is working with major retailers to offer limited edition products, either in red or with the (PRODUCT) RED branding, with part of the proceeds going towards The Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa. In this case, Apple will donate $10 from the sale price.

Link:  8GB (PRODUCT) RED iPod nano at the Apple store ($249)

November 3rd, 2006 | Permalink
October 15th, 2006 | Permalink

(PRODUCT) RED Launches iPod Nano, Clothing, and More to Fight AIDS in Africa

File under: (PRODUCT) RED, Apple, Apple iPod and iPhone, Charity, Clothing and Shoes, Electronics, Gap, Music, Wireless and Phones

(PRODUCT) RED Apple iPod Nano

Led by Bono and Bobby Shriver, (PRODUCT) RED is working with major retailers to offer limited edition products, either in red or with the (PRODUCT) RED branding, with part of the proceeds going towards The Global Fund to fight AIDS in Africa. So far, Apple has received the early attention with the release of the iPod nano (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition for $199. Like the other 4GB nanos the PRODUCT (RED) iPod holds up to 1,000 songs, has 24 hours of battery life, and can be engraved. $10 from the sale price will go towards The Global Fund.

Gap has also joined the project by selling 24 (PRODUCT) RED specific t-shirts, hoodies, tank tops, belts, jeans, and totes. The products are manufactured in Lesotho where Gap has invested in factories and clinics to help support an African country where nearly 1/3 of the population (600,000) is HIV-positive.

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The current (PRODUCT) RED partners are:

  • Apple – Red 4GB iPod nano
  • Gap – RED clothing and accessories
  • Motorola – Red MOTORAZR (US) and MOTOSLVR (UK) mobile phones
  • Converse – Customized (PRODUCT) RED versions of its famous Chuck Taylor All Star sneaker
  • Armani Emporium – (PRODUCT) RED clothing and accessories
  • American Express – Custom red credit card with 1% of spend going to The Global Fund
October 13th, 2006 | Permalink

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