Here's Where You Can Get a Purple iPhone for P14,000

It also comes in red, orange, teal, and blue.
by Mario Alvaro Limos for Esquire PH   |  Jun 1, 2021
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The iPhone 12 Mini is a triumph. Tech junkies consider the model as a serious step forward for Apple, and is one of the best ones in its chipset tier (Apple A14 Bionic, 5 nm) in terms of its performance and speed.

And although there are more powerful cameras than its dual 12-megapixel mains, it is still unparalleled when it comes to its dynamic range, especially when shooting video. That means you can shoot selfies with sunlight directly behind you and still achieve perfect lighting on the sky and your face.

The iPhone 12 also has full 5G support, which means the latency (ms) when you play mobile games such as Mobile Legends, is significantly reduced. Its 60Hz display also reduces image lag, a major issue for mobile gamers.

Photo by Yalcin Sonat | Shutterstock.

Apple released a purple variant of the iPhone 12 Mini, and you can get it for a P14,400 cash out.

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The discounted cash-outs are available for Globe’s new and recontracting postpaid subscribers. You can get the purple iPhone 12 Mini 64GB for a P14,400 cash-out, and the iPhone 12 64GB for a P20,400 cash-out, bundled with the GPlan 1999.

Customers who are up for recontracting also have the option to charge it to their monthly bills, spread throughout the 24-month contract period. For instance, you just need to pay on top of your monthly plan, P600 per month to get the iPhone 12 Mini (64GB) and P850 per month to get the iPhone 12 (64GB) with GPlan 1999. Monthly installments are also open to new customers through 0% installment plans with major credit cards.

Apart from the purple variant, the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini are available in red, orange, teal, and blue.

Photo by Yalcin Sonat.

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