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This Is How Much the New iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max Will Cost You in the Philippines

Prices start from P67,990.
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Apple has unveiled the official pricing of the highly anticipated local release of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. If you're wondering how much cash you'll have to burn to get your hands on the buzzy new phones, then you're in the right place. But first, here's a quick run-down of the specs.


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Left: iPhone XS; Right: iPhone XS Max

The iPhone XS (5.8-inch display) and iPhone XS Max (6.5-inch display) are both equipped with Super Retina Display, delivering crisp graphics so you can have an even more enjoyable screentime. The phones make use of durable glass and are water-, tea-, and beer-resistant. They also feature 12-megapixel cameras that have two times optical zoom, allow you to control depth, and can shoot 4K videos with up to 60 frames per second. One of the most anticipated features is the Dual Sim capacity, allowing users to have two numbers in one phone. Both phones come in three colors: Silver, Gold, and Space Gray.

The iPhone XS would cost you P67,990 for 64GB, P77,490 for P256GB, and P90,490 for 512GB. On the other hand, the iPhone XS Max would cost you P74,990 for 64GB, P84,490 for 256GB, and P97,490 for 512GB. 

Here's a cool video that might help you make up your mind:

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For more information, log on to Apple's website.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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