Apple announced a new, entry-level iPad this week, alongside a new color for its iPhone 7 device – both are now available to order from Apple.com.

The new iPhone 7 is also available in Apple retail stores, but the iPad won’t arrive until next week.

The red iPhone marks a ten-year partnership with (RED), the global fund for AIDS research. Tim Cook confirmed this week a portion of the sales will go to the organization.

The new iPad is simply called ‘iPad,’ though is technically the seventh-generation of the original 9.7-inch iPad. It follows the iPad Air 2, and comes with similar specs but a faster processor. It becomes Apple’s cheapest iPad, starting at just $329 for the Wi-Fi model and $459 for the cellular model.

Buy the new iPad

The red iPhone will be available in only 128GB and 256GB models, starting from $749.

Buy the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7

Other new products

Apple also made some minor announcements, and these are also now available. They are:

iPhone SE – is now being sold in 32GB and 128GB models, replacing the 16GB and 64GB models.

Buy the iPhone SE

The iPad mini 4 – models now start with 128GB capacity but retain the same pricing – from $399.

Buy the iPad mini 4

iPhone cases – Apple has also started selling silicone cases in new colors. These are azure, camellia, pebble, while it also adds new leather cases in taupe, sapphire and berry. Each cost $35.

Buy iPhone cases

Apple also added a number of new Apple Watch bands as part of its Spring Collection 2017 – check them out here.