Beyond the Box has dropped the price of the iPhone 13 Pro for a limited time. With the launch of the new iPhone 14 Pro, Apple has removed the 13 Pro from its official list of offerings, but it’s still one of the best premium flagships in the market.

Is the iPhone 13 Pro still a great option? Of course! Especially if you’re going to get it at a discounted price. In terms of performance, it’s still one of the most powerful devices right now. Moreover, its video capabilities are hard to match as well. And if you don’t mind not having the Dynamic Island, Crash Detection, and the Emergency SOS via Satellite, the iPhone 13 Pro can hold its own against the newer iPhone 14 Pro.

Beyond the Box’s promo is only “valid for a limited time,” which I assume means that it’s available only until they can still officially sell the iPhone 13 Pro. So if you want one, then now is a good time.

Check out the prices below:

  • iPhone 13 Pro 128GB
    Retail Price: Php 68,990
    Cash / Straight Charge Promo Price: Php 61,490
    Installment Promo Price: Php 64,990
  • iPhone 13 Pro 256GB
    Retail Price: Php 75,990
    Cash / Straight Charge Promo Price: Php 68,490
    Installment Promo Price: Php 72,990
  • iPhone 13 Pro 512GB
    Retail Price: Php 89,990
    Cash / Straight Charge Promo Price: Php 80,490
    Installment Promo Price: Php 84,690
  • iPhone 13 Pro 1TB
    Retail Price: Php 103,990
    Cash / Straight Charge Promo Price: Php 93,490
    Installment Promo Price: Php 99,890

The promo is available in Beyond the Box retail stores nationwide. It is also available online via the following links:

Power Mac Center has also put on sale the iPhone 13, 13 mini, 13 Pro, and 13 Pro Max, along with iPhone 12 and 12 mini. You may want to check that out as well.

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