A few days ago, Apple announced the official release date for the iPhone X in South Africa – 24 November 2017. This definitely made big news around the country as many fans aim to get their hands on the company’s latest flagship ahead of the Festive Season. Apple, however, didn’t include the launch price of the device at the time, but that lid has finally lifted.
For those wanting to get their hands on the latest iPhone X, the two variants are priced as follows:
- Apple iPhone X 64GB – R20,499
- Apple iPhone X 256GB – R23,999
Both variants will be available in Silver and Space Grey when it hits the shelves.
The pre-order pricing options on myiStore include a 12- and 24-month payment plan with the following prices:
Update: All pre-orders are sold out on myiStore.
|iPhone X on 12 Months||iPhone X on 24 Months|
|iStore Card||R1,811 per month||R2,120 per month||R954 per month||R1,117 per month|
A few networks and retailers have also announced that their pre-orders of the iPhone X have been made available, although many of them have yet to disclose their monthly payments and deals ahead of the official launch date. Telkom were the only operator to officially announce their pricing as yet.