As every year Apple released its two new Apple Watch straps in support of the LGBTQI + community
In the framework of the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, Manzana announced its new edition of its LGBTQI + straps in order to Apple watch.
As every year the company presented the 2021 version of the Pride Edition straps, with which he wants to show the importance of diversity.
These new straps incorporate a wider range of colors, based on the different flags that represent the LGTBQI + movement.
Tim Cook highlighted that Manzana supports equality for people and seeks with its leashes to honor the history of pride.
“On many fronts, Apple supports the ongoing and unfinished business of equality for diverse and intersectional communities, and we want to provide every opportunity to celebrate and honor this history during Pride season.”
The Solo Loop strap braided incorporates “the colors black and brown to symbolize the black and Latino communities, as well as those who died or are living with HIV / AIDS. They also incorporate light blue, pink and white tones to represent transgender and non-binary individuals ”.
A new version of Nike for your Sport Loop. This design features six colors of the rainbow and is made with reflective yarn.
Manzana It also presented a new dial that accompanies the pattern of the straps to hold the device, and that will arrive with a future software update.
The dial has the same colors as the strap. By rotating the dial of the smartwatch, the threads infinitely move and animate when the wrist is lifted.
Manzana revealed that his two new LGBTQI + straps they are already available in your official store. Deliveries will begin on May 25.
The Pride Edition of the Braided Solo Loop will be sold at a price of $ 99. The Nike Sport Loop version will go on the market for $ 49.