Apple iPhone Mobile Phones Price List in Philippines February 2017
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Here's the trend of Apple iPhone Mobile Phones for January 2017. Want a popular product but got a budget? Look for great deals and get your hands on trending items! We've gathered data just for you!
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iPhone 5s 16GB, iPhone 6 16GB, and iPhone 7 got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
Latest discounts : iPhone 4s 16GB had the biggest price drop last month. Must be a great deal. Get your hands on it while it lasts!
Latest News about Apple iPhone
Apple files a lawsuit against Qualcomm, claiming that the latter withheld payments amounting to USD 1 billion. Qualcomm responds to the accusations saying that the Cupertino company's charges are 'baseless.' Read more
A new report showcases an OLED equipped iPhone dubbed as the iPhone X. Read more
Many have been wondering what Apple is whipping up for 2017. So far, other reports suggest that instead of the iPhone 8, we might be getting something different, something like an iPhone 7s. Read more
Latest Reviews for Apple iPhone
When buying gadgets we have a lot to consider like for example when it is durable or is it fast because this phone is quite expensive so for me i should think many times but i think this phone is ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Luz Piamonte
- Date : Feb 10, 2017
Very good on graphic design the design of the phone also very class it has very high security system very responsive phone easy to operate no problem when in comes to camera very high in image ...Read more
- Rating : 4.0
- Review by Injun
- Date : Feb 6, 2017
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About Apple iPhone
Designed and sold by Apple, Inc., the iPhone is a collection of smartphones which runs on the iOS mobile operating system. The very first iPhone was introduced to the market in June 2007 and since then; the company has managed to release 6 more, bringing the total to seven generations of iPhone models.
Popularity in the Philippines
In 2007, the Philippine mobile phone market was still dominated by Nokia and Sony Ericsson. But there has been a growing restlessness for smarter phones which was certainly addressed with the release of the iPhone first generation. Filipinos were bowled over and were soon lining up major network providers with tie ups with Apple to get their hands on the sleek and hip handset. The local consumers did not even heed the steep price, which was $499 to $599, and quickly became huge fans of the mobile device. In no time at all, the high-end market was dominated by the iPhone.
The very first iPhone was actually a GSM device and a user interface which was built around the multi-touch screen. There were no keypads, only a virtual keyboard which increased the display size of the handset. The first five generations stayed faithful to the 4.5 size while the last 2 were slightly taller at 4.87 and 4.90 inches. Currently, the iPhone is available in 3 models: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S.
The iPhone 4S features an 8MP iSight camera, A5 chip and Siri, an intelligent assistant that uses voice for sending messages, making calls, etc. Other features include 3.5 inch retina display and iOS 7. Each unit comes with a dock connector to USB cable, USB power adapter and Apple earphones with Remote and Mic. It comes in Black or White finish and priced at P22,990 for the unlocked versions. Prices are cheaper when devices are bought from a carrier along with a post-paid plan.
Last September 2013, the company unveiled its latest iPhones. The iPhone 5C is a sight for sore eyes with the colourful casings (Green, Yellow, Blue, Pink and White) which easily match different personalities. Unlike its predecessors, this model is made of plastic and is supposedly designed as a mid-range-priced version of the iPhone 5S. It runs on A6 chip and powered by iOS7 as well. Plus, it supports ultrafast 4G LTE wireless bands. Price starts at P30999 for the 16GB model and P36990 for the 32GB model.
The flagship of the current iPhone series is the iPhone 5S, which comes in Black, White and Gold colors. The most distinct difference of this model comes in the form of the Touch ID, a new fingerprint identity sensor which is used by simply putting your finger on the home button and your iPhone unlocks. The handset model also boast of the new A7 and M7 chips, new 8MP iSight camera, ultrafast 4G LTE wireless and of course, runs on iOS 7. Prices is pegged at P36990 for the 16GB, P42990 for the 32GB and P48990 for the 64GB.
No one can deny that Apple set a high standard in the release of its iPhone line when it comes to smartphones. A lot of users also love the fact that the operating system, iOS is upgradeable to the latest version on air. In fact, the company boasted that 200 million iPhone units have updated to the iOS update as of September 2013. The handsets are easy to use, responsive and have become an integral part of a lot of people’s lives.
The high price remains to be an issue and Apple hoped it had addressed this with the release of the iPhone 5C. Also, like with its tablet, the iPad, there are some consumers who does not like that they cannot easily copy or transfer files.
Last September 2013, Apple announced that it will be implementing an iPhone trade-in program at its 250 retail stores in the US. Customers who wish to avail of the program must already have an existing contract and is required to purchase a new phone, instead of simply receiving credit for use at a later date. Opening weekend sales for the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S reached 9 million handsets. Apple also finalized a deal with China Mobile last December 2013, wherein it would be getting access to 760 million subscribers.