iPhone 11, Pro and Pro Max prices in Pakistan are too high

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iPhone is the most loved phone across the globe, and every year their phone gets pricier, and this is also the case with iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max as well.

In Pakistan, the price of iPhones is always more than what is sold for in the rest of the world. The reason behind is the rising dollar exchange rate, ‘No’ consistent tax policy and the absence of a major and legitimate iPhone importer despite a fair demand.

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), the watchdog of telecom in Pakistan has approved the official rates for iPhone’s latest models in Pakistan which are really highest ever.

For iPhone 11, the most economical and the standard version, the approved price in-app rupee is 209,900 for the 64GB version whereas for 128GB and 256GB the price is PKR 221,900 and PKR 237,900.

iPhone 11 has a glass display on the front and backside and an aluminum frame sandwiched in between. It has a Liquid Retina display of 828 x 1792 resolution and comes with a screen to body ratio of 79%.

Coming to the next version with Super Retina display and 5.8 inches screen, iPhone 11 Pro 64GB is priced at PKR 267,900, 256GB at PKR 295,900 and 512GB is available for PKR 328,900.

iPhone has a third version as well that comes with a better battery size of 3969 mAh, bigger among all three and it is the priciest one as well; iPhone 11 Pro Max. Its 64GB version is available at 288,900 and the higher variants with 256GB and 512GB internal memories have a price tag of PKR 314,900 and PKR 357,900 respectively.

All three iPhones are housing an Apple A13 Bionic chipset, 4GB RAM and iOS 13. In the camera department, though, all of them have a 12MP sensor but they differ in numbers. iPhone 11 has a dual camera, Pro has a triple-lens and Pro Max also has a triple-lens setup.

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