Dubai: Kerala man becomes first expat in Emirate to get iPhone 11 Pro Max

Daijiworld Media Network - Dubai (SR)

Dubai, Sep 20: Sulaiman, a Dubai resident hailing from Kerala, became the first expat in the Emirate to get an Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max. Sulaiman, who is using an Iphone 6 at the moment stood in queue from Thursday afternoon and received the phone on Friday. As per Khaleej Times, Sulaiman said, "I have not bought an iPhone in four years and I am more than happy to upgrade, mainly because of the iPhone's new camera system. I saw the features and they were very good, so I decided to buy a new iPhone in the craziest way possible."

Apple, introduced the entry-level iPhone 11 and premium iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max at its yearly launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Apple Park on September 10. UAE, is one of the first markets to receive newly launched Apple devices and on Friday once again, a good-sized crowd of loyal customers wanting to become the first to own the latest flagships, were seen queuing up in the store.

The 11 Pro and Pro Max sport a triple-lens camera, the first time Apple has used such as system on its devices. The 11 Pro is going for Dh 4,219 (64GB), Dh 4,849 (256 GB) and Dh 5,699 (512 GB), while the 11 Pro Max is selling for Dh 4,639, Dh 5,269 and Dh 6,119. Apple's trade-in programme will also give customers the opportunity to own one for as low as Dh 2,939.

Prices for the iPhone 11, meanwhile are Dh 2,949 (64 GB), Dh 3,159 (128 GB) and Dh 3,579 (256 GB). Of note: Compared to its predecessor, the iPhone XR, Apple lowered the prices for each iPhone 11 option by Dh 230. It can fetch as low as Dh 2,069 via trade-in.



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