TechInAfrica – Appearing as the fervent successor of the iPhone X (which took the world by storm, in case you didn’t remember), Apple has announced iPhone 11 that boasts a triple camera system. Apple also claimed that the camera will add tons of capability without complexity—as well as an unprecedented leap of battery life along with ‘a mind‑blowing chip that doubles down on machine learning and pushes the boundaries of what a smartphone can do.’
iStore has released an official statement saying that the iPhone 11 will be available in South African markets starting September 27th, 2019. Offering three varieties—that is the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max—Apple works with Vodacom, MTN, and Telkom on welcoming the new, long-awaited cutting-edge smartphone. On top of that, previous owners of previous installments of iPhone will be able to benefit from a trade-in offer and save up to R330 per month on their new or upgraded Vodacom contract.
iStore also professed that this would be a first time the retailer offers customers to pay less subscription fee per month on their respective Vodacom plans; while at the same time offering a trade-in option to upgrade to the latest iPhone. For the frosting on the cake, iStore presents an additional warranty and an additional screen replacement (worth R1,999) to customers who upgrade to the new iPhone.
Differing from the original iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro allows you to capture videos of 4K resolution. Apple asserted, “epic processing power means it can shoot 4K video with extended dynamic range and cinematic video stabilization—all at 60 fps.”
For more details regarding iPhone 11 and their significance across all versions, simply head over to their official site.