We just found out what the iPhone 11 will cost in South Africa – and it is R1,000 cheaper than the iPhone XR
- The entry-level iPhone 11 will cost R14,999 in SA, iStore South Africa announced.
- This means it is R1,000 cheaper than the iPhone XR at launch – and R7,000 cheaper than the iPhone 11 Pro.
- The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max will all be available in SA on September 27, and pre-orders start today.
- For more stories, go to the Business Insider SA homepage.
Apple’s new iPhone 11 will cost R14,999 for the 64GB version in South Africa, making it R1,000 cheaper than the iPhone XR at launch, iStore South Africa said on Friday.
The iPhone 11 will be R7,000 cheaper than the R21,999 64GB iPhone 11 Pro, and R9,000 cheaper than the R23,999 64GB iPhone 11 Pro Max.
See also: The new Apple Watch, with an always-on display, will officially be available in South Africa in 7 days – here’s what it will cost
Customers can either pre-order, paying the full amount, or do contract pre-orders and upgrade on existing contracts through MTN, Vodacom, or Telkom at an iStore.
The new iPhone 11, announced last week, has a two-lens camera configuration and is available in six colours: white, black, yellow, red, lavender, and green.
It comes with a longer battery life of between 15 and 16 hours, faster charger, an improved selfie camera, and an improved face ID.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max both have a new three-lens camera configuration, which includes a telephoto and ultrawide lens, and are available in midnight green, space grey, silver, and gold.
Apple promises four more hours of usage for those phones than the iPhone Xs and Xs Pro could manage, and they come with a new fast-charging 18-watt adapter.
Both the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max have a crisper retina display compared to the iPhone 11.
The iPhone 11 Pro Max, however, has a 6.5-inch screen compared to the iPhone Pro’s 5.8-inch screen.
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