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iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max availability in the PH announced

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Apple finally announces the availability of the iPhone 13 series in the Philippines. All those who are waiting for Apple’s latest and greatest can finally prepare for its arrival.

It was announced on Apple Philippines’ website. Pre-order for the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max will start on October 15. It will then be available from October 22.

iPhone 13 Pro Availability in the Philippines

The iPhone 13 series is the next-generation phones from Apple. The new devices come with Super Retina XDR OLED displays and feature the new A15 Bionic chip. The new SoC, Apple claims, is 50% faster than competing chips, while its GPU is said to be 30% faster than its competitors. Meanwhile, it has a new neural engine that is capable of up to 15.8 trillion operations per second.

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The Pro models also boast new features including ProMotion that pushes refresh rates up to 120Hz and the new Cinematic Mode for videos.

For details on the iPhone 13 series, you can check out our post here.

iPhone 13 PH Price List

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

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