On September 10, Apple introduced the newest and highly anticipated additions to the iPhone family — the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
As you’d expect, the new iPhone has been all the rave since its launch, dominating conversations on mainstream media, blogs, and social media.
The new iPhones boast lots of new features and upgrades, from the software to the design, and of course the camera.
The iPhone 11 was officially made available in the market on Friday, September 20. However, as is usually the case, it may take a little longer before it arrives in most African countries.
But if you can’t wait any longer and you’re wondering where you can get the new iPhones in Africa, we’ve put together this guide with everything you need to know about pricing for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone Pro 11 Max, and where you can get them.
Jumia already has all the iPhone 11 brands listed on its website. Pricing for the phones on Jumia can be found below:
- iPhone 11 64GB (White): ₦319,990
- iPhone 11 64GB (Black): ₦ 341,374
- iPhone 11 128GB: ₦369,416
- iPhone 11 Pro 64GB: ₦ 469,000
- iPhone 11 Pro Max 256GB: ₦ 581,000
- iPhone 11 Pro Max 512GB (Gold): ₦ 703,195
The iPhone 11 will be available at the iStore in Ikeja City Mall, Lagos from the first week of October, according to the store’s spokesperson. iStore Nigeria also offers free tech support, device financing, and device insurance.
The iStore South Africa confirmed that the iPhone 11 range will be available from Friday, 27 September. iStore South Africa also offers trade-in and trade up.
- iPhone 11 64GB: R14,999
- iPhone 11 128GB: R16,999
- iPhone 11 256GB: R18,999
- iPhone 11 Pro 64GB: R21,999
- iPhone 11 Pro 256GB: R25,999
- iPhone 11 Pro 512GB: R29,999
- iPhone 11 Pro Max 64GB: R23,999
- iPhone 11 Pro Max 256GB: R28,499
- iPhone 11 Pro Max 512GB: R32,999
The iStore Ghana will carry the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max from November, according to a spokesperson.
We’ll update this article as we hear more about pricing and availability of the new iPhone 11 models across Africa.
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