Apple Continues to Support the (RED) Global Fund For the Fight Against AIDS

Apple‘s partnership with (RED), the organization founded in 2006 to fight AIDS, provides access to health services to millions of people in the neediest communities in sub-Saharan Africa. With 16 years in operation, more than a quarter of a billion dollars in grants have helped provide assistance and support services to more than 11 million people and distributed more than 197 million HIV tests. In addition, more than 5 million HIV-positive mothers have been helped to prevent transmission of the virus to their babies.

Apple Watch (RED) faces

This year, The Cupertino-based company is offering a number of (PRODUCT) RED branded devices and accessories, especially for the holiday season and Christmas, with a portion of sales going towards the humanitarian campaign. Among the products are iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone SE, Apple Watch Series 8, the silicone case with MagSafe, as well as the Apple Watch Sport Loop, Sport Band, and Braided Solo Loop bracelets.

Apple Watch faces to raise awareness of World AIDS Day

Still, Apple Watch owners can raise awareness by downloading one or more themed watch faces among the seven available at (requires iOS 16 or later and watchOS 9 or later with Watch Series 4 or later) and share them with other people who use a compatible Apple Watch.

Through its platform and its services, it highlights the efforts made to defeat HIV and AIDS and allows those who want to learn more about the topic. Meanwhile, physical Apple Stores around the world will highlight the day with new themed displays and displays.

App Preppy, available on the App Store, helps HIV-positive people have fulfilling and happy relationships

Inside the App Store, it is instead possible to discover Preppy, an app that helps HIV-positive people to have satisfying and happy relationships by simplifying the monitoring of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). By taking PrEP daily or occasionally, people can effectively prevent infection. The app helps monitor prophylaxis intake by entering appointments and information into a calendar and saving test results.

In the US, Apple Books offers collections of books and audiobooks, including essays on the global fight against HIV/AIDS, and fiction from around the world. A collection of movies and TV shows that shine a light on the human cost of the HIV/AIDS pandemic is available in the Watch Now tab of the Apple TV app. On Apple Music, subscribers can listen to a special selection of music programs, radio episodes, and other content dedicated to World AIDS Day.

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