Last week Apple released a red variant of its latest flagship, the iPhone 7 and iPhone7 Plus, to contribute toward building an AIDS-free generation under its decade old partnership with RED, an organisation that fights AIDS.
Apple launched the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition with a white front in 128GB and 256GB models at $749 (approx. Rs 49,000) and $869 (approx. Rs 57,000).
However, many people argued that the device would have looked better if released with a black front. Following which, YouTuber Danny Winget posted a video turning an iPhone 7 model with a black front.
To do so, Winget not only had to replace the front plate of the iPhone, but also the logic board for the Touch ID sensor to function effectively.
Below is the video by Danny Winget giving a glimpse of how a (PRODUCT) RED iPhone 7 would have looked like with a black front.