IPHONES AND THE UNIMAGINABLE URGE FOR THEM in the Nigerian market.
The apple brand is seen as a prestigious status or symbol of a company known for its simplicity, cost and sleek designs. In the mind of apple users, the “halo effect” of other products such as the iPhone smartphones, iPod portable media player, the iPad tablet computer, apple TV digital media player, the apple watch, the Mac personal computer, the Air Pods wireless earbuds and the HomePod smart speaker with user friendly interfaces, software and hardware integration, design features, speed, ease of use, camera superiority and unbeatable security.
Apple software includes the macOS, iOS, ipadOS, watchOS and tvOS operating systems, the iTunes media player, the safari web browser, the Shazam acoustic fingerprint utility and the iLife and iWork creativity and productivity suites as well as professional applications like Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro and Xcode.
Apple iPhone are a hot commodity all over the world with everyone in the world rushing to get the latest versions of the world’s most powerful personal device. All generations of the iPhone use Apple iOS mobile operating system software. The first generation iPhone was released on June 29, 2007 with several new hardware iterations. Apple has released twelve generations of iPhone models, each alongside twelve major releases of the iOS operating system.
IPhone is one of the most widely used smartphones in the world with 24 different iPhone models have been produced and a total of 2.2 billion iPhone had been sold as of November 2018.
The newest of the iPhones is the iPhone 11 pro max, released September 10 (Preorder by Sept 20) which is the top rated smartphone in the market, as ranked by consumers’ reports latest ratings. Samsung phones have consistently beaten iPhones in the consumer reports ratings in the past years, but Apple latest generation were more competitive and upper edged in ratings thanks to their improved cameras, physical durability and faster processors at an eye watering price. Apple iPhone has gone pro for its 11th iteration. The iPhone 11 pro prices in Nigeria starts at 510,000 naira, it retails for $699, the iPhone 11 pro will retail for $999, the 11 pro max will retail for $1099. Apple is promoting trade-ins of previous models to lower the cost.
There are other advantages that iPhone users enjoy. One is the choice of over a million apps, many of them are free available for download to the device from apples app store. Another is Siri, the voice activated virtual assistant, which can help you with anything from finding a store or mechanic, making a phone call or playing music. Of all devices the iPhone 11 pro max has some unique features like the all new Apple A13 bionic, the 12MP+ 12MP+ 12MP Triple rear camera, dual selfie camera, water and dust resistant alongside some other unique feature that will blow your mind. Apple is no slouch when it comes to invention and the iPhone 11 pro is the king of all their smartphone inventions yet. If you are wondering where you can get the new iPhones 11 in Nigeria. Jumia already has all the iPhone 11 brands listed on its website. Pricing for the phones on jumia are;
IPhone 11 64GB (white) : N319,990
IPhone 11 64GB (Black): N341, 374
IPhone 11 128GB; N369, 416
IPhone 11 pro 64GB: N469, 000
IPhone 11 pro max 256GB: N581, 000
IPhone 11 pro max 512GB (Gold): N703, 195