On Sunday, Apple sent out a press release noting that Apple customers would receive a special edition (RED) iTunes gift card with the purchase of select Apple products, as part of the company's campaign for the 2014 World AIDS Campaign. In addition, on Dec. 1, Apple announced it will donate a portion of every sale at Apple's retail and online stores to help combat AIDS.
In September, Apple noted it sold more than 10 million new iPhone units in the first weekend it was available, and has previously said that it is selling every iPhone 6 it can make. "At this point, we're selling everything we made," CEO Timothy D. Cook said on Apple's fiscal fourth quarter earnings call. Cook noted that Apple has "done a pretty good job" managing the split of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but said the iPhone 6 Plus is still supply constrained. "But I'll stop short of saying there is no issue at all, because it's hard to tell when you are at a point where you are selling everything you are making. It is a good problem to have."