Here’s a piece of great news for all you Apple fanboys/girls out there. Apple will no longer slow down its older iPhones and force people to buy an entirely new charger for every new iPhone it makes!
Just kidding. We all know that that’s a bit too good to be true.
Jokes aside, here’s the actual good news: the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and the 11 Pro max have been officially launched in Nepal. As of the 22nd of November, they’re geared to be sold in Nepal through Generation Next Communication Pvt Ltd. Authorized Apple resellers – Evo Store, Oliz, iStore, Futureworld, Mobiletron, Future Tech Trade, and SR Impex will be in charge of distribution of these gizmos.
That’s right, no more calling up your relatives abroad to get your hands on one and worrying about the missed warranty anymore! What’s more, you can also enjoy the benefits that GENXT has pinned on the phones; you certainly don’t want to miss out on them.
The first 200 buyers of the iPhone will receive a free Belkin 10w wireless charger. But let’s be honest, due to the pre-orders you probably won’t make it to the list if you didn’t pre-order one yourself. That being said, there are still benefits that ALL buyers can enjoy. Every customer buying from the authorized resellers will receive a Sure shot Scratch & Win coupon and 1000 solid MBs of Ncell data every week for 12 weeks.
Pricing and Availability:
64GB – Rs. 1,10,500
128GB – Rs. 1,18,300
256GB – 1,34,000
Colour Options: Black, White, Purple, Green, Yellow, and Red
iPhone 11 Pro
64GB – Rs. 1,57,250
128GB – Rs. 1,80,900
256GB – 2,11,800
Colour Options: Silver, Space Grey, Gold, and an all-new Midnight Green
iPhone 11 Pro MAX
64GB – Rs. 1,72,800
128GB – Rs. 1,96,600
256GB – Rs. 2,27,400
Colour Options: Silver, Space Grey, Gold, and Midnight Green
If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on any of these iPhones, now would be a perfect time. With industry-top processors, cutting-edge cameras and premium designs, iPhones are a great choice for a new phone and a serious head-turner where ever you go… if you have the budget, that is 😉