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The iStore has revealed the prices for Apple’s new range of smartphones, the iPhone 12 series, in South Africa.
The iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max will launch locally on 18 December.
This follows the announcement and global launch of the series in October.
iStore has also included trade-in options as part of the announcement. Current owners of iPhones will be able to trade in their devices for a discount on the iPhone 12 price.
Depending on your phone’s model, you can get up to R12 000 trade-in value at iStore.
iPhone 12 price in South Africa
So what will you pay for the new smartphones when they land on our shores?
The iPhone 12 mini will cost between R15 999 and R19 999 depending on the storage capacity you choose.
For the iPhone 12, you’re looking at between R18 999 and R22 499. Meanwhile, the iPhone 12 Pro will cost between R23 999 and R30 499.
Finally, the iPhone 12 Pro Max will cost between R25 999 and R32 999.
You can see a table summary of the prices in the iStore table below:
To find out more about the hardware of each phone, check out our story on the iPhone 12 announcement and features.
You can also visit the iPhone 12 listing on the iStore website.
Vodacom announced earlier this week that the phones will also be available from the mobile provider on contract from 18 December.
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