After announcing the iPhone 11 release date for September 20th in the US, during Apple‘s fall 2019 event, now Tim Cook‘s company has already a date to introduce its brand new smartphones in Brazil: October 18th.
The new range of phones, which comprises three different models – the iPhone 11, the iPhone 11 Pro e the iPhone 11 Pro Max – will arrive in the country with prices slightly less expansive when comparing to 2018’s predecessor models. Check the list below to compare costs:
The most basic model will cost R$ 5,000 ($1221,70) in the 64 GB version, R$ 5,200 ($1270,57) in the 128 GB and R$ 5,800 ($1417,17) in the 256 GB.
iPhone 11 Pro
For the intermediary model, Apple priced each of the three versions at R$ 7,000 ($1710,38) in the 64 GB version, R$ 7,800 ($1905,85) in the 256 GB version and as for the 512 GB model, the cost set was R$ 9,000 ($2199,06).
iPhone 11 Pro Max
The cutting-edge model, which acquired the title of the world’s best smartphone at the renowned American magazine Consumer Reports, will come out for R$ 7,600 ($1856,98) in the 64 GB version, R$ 8,400 ($2052,46) in the 256 GB, and R$ 9,600 ($2345,66) in the 512 GB model.
In comparison with the previous launches, the new models of the iPhone 11 have discounts that range from R$200 to R$400 (around $50 to $100), and according to Apple, retail partners in the country will be able to offer different payment option such as other discounts and cashback – which could decrease even more the price.