Apple recently launched the iPhone 13 series, announcing four new models — the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
With the launch, Apple refreshed its current iPhone lineup and removed several devices. The iPhone XR, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max, as well as the iPhone SE 256GB, have all been removed from Apple’s website and physical stores. Counting all the storage variants, the company now has 24 iPhone models on its roster.
On the list, the second-gen iPhone SE remains the most affordable on the lineup. With a starting price of Php 26,490, the device is highly regarded as one of the best mid-range phones in the market right now. It’s a good entry to the iOS experience.
The iPhone 11 is another hold-out from last year’s roster. For Php 5,500 more compared to the SE, you’re getting a powerful device with a newer design, a larger display, and better cameras.
The iPhone 12 mini and the iPhone 12 are all that remain of Apple’s 2020 flagship series. They are now more affordable with each getting a price cut of Php 5,000, compared to when they first launched in the local market.
You can check out the rest of the iPhone prices on the list below.
2021 iPhone Price List
|iPhone SE||64GB||Php 26,490|
|iPhone SE||128GB||Php 29,490|
|iPhone 11||64GB||Php 31,990|
|iPhone 11||128GB||Php 34,990|
|iPhone 12 mini||64GB||Php 38,990|
|iPhone 12 mini||128GB||Php 41,990|
|iPhone 12 mini||256GB||Php 47,990|
|iPhone 12||64GB||Php 44,990|
|iPhone 12||128GB||Php 47,990|
|iPhone 12||256GB||Php 53,990|
|iPhone 13 mini||128GB||Php 50,990|
|iPhone 13 mini||256GB||Php 57,990|
|iPhone 13 mini||512GB||Php 69,990|
|iPhone 13||128GB||Php 44,990|
|iPhone 13||256GB||Php 50,990|
|iPhone 13||512GB||Php 63,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro||128GB||Php 63,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro||256GB||Php 70,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro||512GB||Php 82,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro||1TB||Php 95,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro Max||128GB||Php 70,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro Max||256GB||Php 76,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro Max||512GB||Php 88,990|
|iPhone 13 Pro Max||1TB||Php 101,990|