If you were holding off on buying a new iPhone because the silver/jet black/matte black options weren't doing it for you last year, you can now buy the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in red, with a white front. And with each purchase of this special-edition red phone, the company is donating an unspecified amount "to the Global Fund to support HIV/AIDS programs and help deliver an AIDS-free generation."

Orders for those phones begin at 8:01 a.m. PT on Friday, March 24, with the phones showing up in stores possibly by next week.

As KRON 4 reports, immediately available is the new iPad Mini 4, the 7.9-inch model with 128 gigabytes of storage, now priced at $399, down from $499.

And as of next week, a new standard-sized iPad — an upgrade of the iPad Air 2, now called simply the iPad — is coming out with a faster processor and brighter screen, still at the same size with a 9.7-inch screen. That price, with 32 gigabytes of storage, starts at $329, down from $399 for the similar iPad Air 2.

Still, as Business Insider points out, the standard iPad does not have the faster A9X featured in the iPad Pro, which starts at $599, and only the iPad Pro works with the Apple Pencil, the company's newly developed stylus device.

Analysts are also expecting Apple to likely release a 10.5-inch model of the iPad Pro before holiday season this year, featuring some new bells and whistles that distinguish it from the standard iPad line.

Sales of the iPad slumped in 2016, down 19 percent from the previous year, while iPhones — with the release of the iPhone 7 — generating 10 times as much revenue for Apple as tablet sales. This may likely be due to the fact that tablet owners tend to upgrade their devices less often.

Phil Schiller, Apple's head of marketing, nonetheless gave a statement saying, "iPad is the world's most popular tablet. Customers love the large, 9.7-inch display for everything from watching TV and movies, to surfing the web, making FaceTime calls, and enjoying photos, and now it is even more affordable."