You probably already know when they’re launching in the Philippines, but off-contract pricing for the Apple iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 8 have remained up in the air. Until today, that is.
We have discovered that the official prices of the three smartphones have been listed on Apple’s Philippine website.
The 64GB iPhone 8 will sell for P44,990 (around $884), while the Plus version is P51,490 ($1,011) for the same amount of storage. The 256GB models of the Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are priced at P54,990 ($1,080) and P60,990 ($1,198), respectively.
The all-new and (mostly) all-screen iPhone X will start at P64,490 ($1,266) and go as high as P73,990 ($1,453) for 256GB of storage, making it the most expensive mainstream smartphone on the market.
The iPhone 8 models will be available in the Philippines from November 17, whereas the 10th-anniversary iPhone will hit stores from December 1. Previously, both Smart Communications and Globe Telecom have published their postpaid offers for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. You can check out our story: Smart and Globe: iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus postpaid plans.
To recap, here are the official prices of all the three iPhones:
Apple iPhone X (64GB): P64,490 ($1,266)
Apple iPhone X (256GB): P73,990 ($1,453)
Apple iPhone 8 Plus (64GB): P51,490 ($1,011)
Apple iPhone 8 Plus (256GB): P60,990 ($1,198)
Apple iPhone 8 (64GB): P44,990 ($884)
Apple iPhone 8 (256GB): P54,990 ($1,080)