Apple Store Fifth Avenue logo goes ‘red’

“Amid rumors that Apple will introduce a Special Edition red-colored iPod nano on Friday as part of Bono’s ‘Product Red’ campaign to fight AIDS, the white illuminated Apple logo hanging inside the glass cube over Apple’s Fifth Avenue retail store is now glowing red. iProng staff is currently in New York City to cover Digital Life and took the following photos of the new-red logo Thursday evening, from inside and outside the store,” Bill Palmer reports for iProng.

See the photos at iProng here.

In a related article, CBS2 Chicago has an article, photos, and video of Bono and Oprah at Apple Retail Store Chicago on Michigan Avenue here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Charles” for the heads up.]

Related articles:
Steve Jobs, Bono confirm ‘Product Red’ Apple iPod nano, iTunes ‘Red’ gift card – October 12, 2006
Oprah and Bono to unveil Product Red iPod nano tomorrow [UPDATED] – October 12, 2006
Red Apple iPod, new MacBook to debut next Tuesday? – May 12, 2006
Red Apple iPod coming soon? – January 27, 2006

27 Comments

  1. Andrew, why is coming out with anything in a different color – innovating? Last I checked, red was “innovated” just a bit before Apple came on the scene. Quite a bit. Will a yellow iPod be there next “innovation?”

    Red. Yellow. Blue. Green. Has Apple already applied for trademarks for those new innovations?

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