Apple recognizes World AIDS Day 2013
Apple is once again recognizing World Aids Day at several of its retail stores in Europe and America. Here in London both the Regent Street store and the Covent Garden store have had their white Apple signage covered with a red tint. The images above come from a MacRumors reader and show the Regent Street Apple store going red earlier today.
World AIDS Day takes place every December 1 and is an opportunity for people to show their support for those with the disease into remember those who have died from it:
World AIDS Day is an opportunity for you to learn the facts about HIV and put your knowledge into action. Find out how much you know by taking our online quiz: Are you HIV aware? Test your knowledge and awareness by taking the quiz and act aware by passing the quiz on and sharing it with your friends on Twitter and Facebook.
If you understand how HIV is transmitted, how it can be prevented, and the reality of living with HIV today - you can use this knowledge to take care of your own health and the health of others, and ensure you treat everyone living with HIV fairly, and with respect and understanding. Click here to find out the facts.
You can also show your support for people living with HIV on World AIDS Day by wearing a red ribbon, the international symbol of HIV awareness and support.
You can learn more about World AIDS Day on its official website. Those that want to make a financial contribution to fighting AIDS and other diseases when making an Apple purchase can also buy a number of Product (RED) Apple items, including iPods and iOS device cases.
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