Johannesburg - Pricing for the Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in South Africa has been revealed by official distributor the iStore.
The iStore, which has 20 stores across the country, will be selling the new iPhone range from October 16 for contracts from all cellular networks. Pre-orders have opened from Friday on the iStore website.
For those wanting to buy the Apple iPhone 6s on a cash basis with no trade in, the 16GB, 64GB and 128GB versions will each respectively cost R11 799, R13 599 and R15 499.
Meanwhile, for those wanting to buy the Apple iPhone 6s Plus on a cash basis with no trade in, the 16GB, 64GB and 128GB versions will each respectively cost R13 599, R15 499 and R17 499.
In addition, the iStore is also offering a trade-in programme.
“The iPhone 6s will start at R5 799 after you trade in an iPhone 6, R7 799 after you trade in an iPhone 5s, or R11 799 with no trade-in,” said the iStore.
“The iPhone 6s Plus will start at R7 099 when you trade in an iPhone 6 Plus, R9 599 when you trade in an iPhone 5s or R13 599 with no trade-in,” the company added in a media statement.
The company also noted that it will allow for two devices to be traded in towards the upgrade of a new iPhone.
“Customers can also trade in an iPad or Samsung Galaxy phone when they upgrade to a new iPhone,” said the iStore.
The iStore has also announced the launch of the Apple Watch in SA for October 23.