iPhone 14 drops price in the Philippines, amid iPhone 15 launch

Apple’s previous flagship smartphones offer stunning design, excellent performance, and impressive features.

Apple recently launched its new iPhone 15 Series, which features the Dynamic Island, a USB-C port, and a powerful A16 or A17 chip. The new devices are set to be available in the Philippines soon, with prices starting from ₱56,990 for the iPhone 15 and ₱70,990 for the iPhone 15 Pro.

However, if you are not keen on getting the latest iPhone models, you might want to consider the previous iPhone 14 models, which have received a significant price drop in the Philippines.

The iPhone 14 Series, which was released in September 2022, offers a stunning design, a Super Retina XDR OLED display, a dual camera system with Focus and Depth Control, and an A15 chip.

According to Apple’s website, the official prices of the iPhone 14 Series in the Philippines are as follows:

  • iPhone 14 (128GB) – ₱49,990 (from ₱56,990)
  • iPhone 14 (256GB) – ₱56,990 (from ₱63,990)
  • iPhone 14 (512GB) – ₱68,990 (from ₱75,990)
  • iPhone 14 Plus (128GB) – ₱56,990 (from ₱63,990)
  • iPhone 14 Plus (256GB) – ₱63,990 (from ₱70,990)
  • iPhone 14 Plus (512GB) – ₱75,990 (from ₱82,990)

The price drop ranges from ₱6,000 to ₱7,000 depending on the model and storage capacity. This makes the iPhone 14 Series more affordable and competitive in the Philippine market.

The iPhone 14 Series is still a great choice for those who want a premium smartphone with excellent performance and features. Its camera system is also impressive. The standard iPhone 14 models have a dual-camera system that consists of a 12MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide camera.

If you are interested in getting an iPhone 14 Series device at a lower price, you can check out Apple’s website or visit authorized resellers in the Philippines.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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