Unfortunately, Apple hasn't made any drones that I know of yet.
However, this company produces a small beginner camera drone that's named very similarly.
Here's a full review video I made of it
It's a beginner drone with a 2mp 720p HD camera that's small enough to fly inside the house yet big enough to go outside with it.
The fact it has propeller protection gear is why I strongly recommend this for beginners. If you haven't yet flown a drone before you're pretty much certain to crash it the first time around and many times after.
But if you hit a wall with this it will just bounce back and nothing will get damaged.
In any case, there's spare propellers in the package to replace damaged ones. The only thing that can be damaged easier are the brushed motors.So I recommend you buy spare ones too.
The package contains the usual stuff:
- the transmitter
- the spare props mentioned earlier
- and a screw driver
Battery life is somewhere around 7-8 minutes in my experience, which is usually the norm for this size of battery.
The drone has a 6 axys gyro like most drones these daysand it does its job well, but you'll need to constantly adjust its position because it has no GPS.
A downside is the noise that the motors make. They're small brushed motors, yet they are quite loud for this size.
The footage is incredible for this price and size. I've seen 200 dollar drones that record worse footage. It's actual HD 720p footage.
Not stabilized, of course, but there's not much jello effect and you could pretty easily post it on facebook witout making people dizzy.
Overall I recommend it to any beginner that wants a cheap camera drone to test around. I have the link for it on gearbest and a coupon code for 18% off when you checkout: RC18OFF