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Apple spreads the pink love in time for Valentine’s Day

14 Feb 17

Apple is spreading the love this Valentine’s Day, showcasing a set of pink accessories for several devices in its range.

The tech giant highlights the iPhone 7 in Rose Gold, which it says can be used to take ‘stunning’ portraits of loved ones, the iPad Pro, and the Apple Watch, designed for ‘all the ways they move’. LOLS.

Apple has also put on display various accessories, including a pink Smart Cover for the iPad Pro, pink and red silicone cases for the iPhone 7, a pink sports band for the Watch, and a pink iPhone lightning dock.  

Those keen to purchase an Apple product for their loved one or those looking to spoil themselves on this holiest of days can check out Apple’s Valentine’s gifts here.

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