Here's How Much the iPhone 12 Series Will Cost in the Philippines
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(SPOT.ph) Apple officially unveiled their highly anticipated iPhone 12 series in October and gadget geeks and iPhone loyalists everywhere have been freaking out since. In case you've been saving up (or offering your soul to the devil) to be able to buy one of the tech giant's latest flagship phones, it's time to start calculating your budget because Apple Philippines just released the official list of iPhone 12 prices on their website!
According to the Apple website, their newest line of smartphones starts at P43,990 with the 64 GB iPhone 12 Mini being the most affordable of the bunch. The iPhone 12 Pro Max rounds out the list with a price tag of P86,990 for its 512 GB model. Which device in the lineup are you eyeing?
Check out the full the price list below:
iPhone 12 Mini
- 64 GB - P43,990
- 128 GB - P46,990
- 256 GB - P52,990
- 64 GB - P49,990
- 128 GB - P52,990
- 256 GB - P58,990
iPhone 12 Pro
- 128 GB - P62,990
- 256 GB - P68,990
- 512 GB - P80,990
iPhone 12 Pro Max
- 128 GB - P68,990
- 256 GB - P74,990
- 512 GB - P86,990
In case you're looking to save some cash and shop one of Apple's previous iPhone models, check out our list of the prices of every iPhone model still available on the market:
iPhone 7 Plus
We begin this list with the iPhone 7 Plus, as this model is still widely available at most official Apple retailers while previous iterations of the phone are harder to find. The iPhone 7 series was released in September 2016—hard to believe it’s only four years old and yet considered nearly obsolete these days. Upon release, the 7 Plus was priced at P44,990 for the 32GB model. Now, you can get the phone for as low as P20,990. Meanwhile, the 128GB model was originally sold for P50,990, but it currently retails for P23,990—both models more than half off after just four years.
iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
Looks-wise, the iPhone 8 series is pretty similar to the iPhone 7, but packs a bigger punch in terms of features and specs with a glass backing that allows for wireless charging as well as an improved bionic chip and Retina HD display. It was the last in Apple’s line of flagship mobile phones to feature a single camera on the rear. The 8 originally started at P44,990, but you can get it now for just P30,990 while the 8 plus' starting price dropped from P51,490 to P36,990.
The iPhone X was one of Apple’s most talked about releases, leaving a huge impact on consumers upon initial reveal because of the major overhaul in design—it's worth noting that the iPhone 4 and iPhone 6 received similar attention when they first dropped. The iPhone X is the first Apple smartphone to feature an all-screen interface up front (due to the removal of the home button) and consequently, it’s the first model to boast facial recognition technology. However, despite its release in 2017, the model was discontinued in 2018, so you'll be hard-pressed to find it in official Apple stores any time soon. Its original starting price was set at P64,490, so you might want to keep that in mind if you’re selling your old model or looking to purchase a secondhand device.
For more information, log on to Apple's website.