Apple TV SA pricing and launch date

Core Group has announced the recommended retail pricing and launch date of the Apple TV in South Africa

By - January 16, 2013
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Core Group, official distributor of Apple products in South Africa, announced today (16 January 2013) that the Apple TV would be available in South Africa from Friday, 18 January 2013. It will carry a recommended retail price of R1,099.

“Although Core Group may suggest retail prices, these are suggestions only and resellers are entirely free to determine the actual prices at which products will be sold,” Core said in a press statement.

The device is set to be available from the following stores from Friday, Core said:

Apple Premium Resellers:

  • iStore
  • Digicape

Selected Apple Authorised Retailers:

  • Incredible Connection
  • Dion Wired
  • Makro
  • Hi-Fi Corporation
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