Today, December 1st, marks the annual World AIDS Day. A celebration held to create awareness on the fight against HIV/AIDS and remove stigma on the persons affected or infected with the virus. In Kenya, as well as many parts of the world, the topic has been among the top trends all day long.
The Cupertino company has marked the day by giving its Apple Logo across its store the color Red. In addition to publishing a pair of stories on the App Store highlighting its effort in the fight against AIDS, and how fans of the company’s devices can help fight the disease.
Apple Stores in Japan, Australia, USA, and UK among others have changed the normal color of the logo to red to mark the day. The company’s CEO, Tim Cook, took to Twitter saying, “together, we can achieve and AIDS-free generation.”
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) November 30, 2018
The two stories the company published in its stores, one goes by the title “Choose …read more