Apple's cheapest iPhone - the colourful iPhone XR - will cost R15,999 for the 64GB version in South Africa, and will be available in stores on October 26, iStore South Africa revealed on Wednesday. Indian consumers can consider pre-booking the iPhone XR model via e-retail platforms Flipkart, Amazon India, Paytm Mall, Airtel's online e-store as well as authorised Apple resellers like Imagine.
The videos are pretty short, all of them coming in at under 10 minutes, so it won't take long to check them all out, which you can do below. The iPhone XR should also be available on some e-commerce platforms as well, but details on that are still unknown at the moment.
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It's Friday, Oct. 19 - which means that you can officially preorder Apple's upcoming iPhone XR.
As for the phone itself, it packs a 6.1-inch LCD display with 1792 x 828 resolution. The iPhone XR also offers stereo speakers and supports dual SIM dual standby.More news: Numbers Drawn for $476-Million Powerball Jackpot
The Apple iPhone XR is powered by hexa-core processor and it packs 64GB of internal storage that can not be expanded. It also comes in six colors: black, blue, coral, red, white and yellow. Like clockwork, this year too Apple launched new iPhones which featured iterative upgrades to the existing iPhone X range.
Reports earlier this fall suggested the delayed launch of the more affordable device came as a result of production backups, with suppliers struggling to crank out the LCD displays. Some reports from last month have suggested that Apple changed suppliers due to manufacturing issues with the iPhone XR.
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPhone XR packs a 12-megapixel (f/1.8) primary camera on the rear and a 7-megapixel front shooter for selfies.
There's plenty of reasons to look forward to this release with the XR landing in your pocket with a super fast A12 Bionic processor and all-screen design which covers the front of the device.