Apple Products Are Officially Available In Pakistan Now!

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The wait for Apple products is over leaving users excited!

Apple has officially entered into the Pakistani smartphone market and we can’t be more excited.

Yes, you all heard right!

Now the Apple users can buy their products through legal and official distributors. All thanks to PTA and its tighter policies, because of which things in the Pakistani smartphone market are changing.

This news resurfaced a few months back but the implementation of it is happening now. Mercantile Pacific Company of Singapore has been appointed by Apple for the regional distribution in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Mercantile Pacific’s Head Simon Mallitte shared:

“We are thrilled to partner with Airlink Communication, one of the leading Mobile Phone Distributors, in the country.”

CEO of Airlink Communications Limited Muzzaffar Hayat Piracha also shared:

“Airlink Communication is committed to offering the best products to the consumers through this alliance. The market for premium products in Pakistan is growing and we should expect the best from the future.”

However, this will increase the prices of Apple products due to strict Tax policies. Now consumers can enjoy the full experience of Apple products that was lacking previously in Pakistan.

Three months prior with iOS 12.4 update Apple officially launched Facetime in Pakistan. Below you can find the following smartphones that are compatible:

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus
  • iPhone 7, 7 Plus
  • iPhone 8, 8 Plus
  • iPhone XR, Xs, Xs Max

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Nimra Arshad

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