Apple sale in South Africa

South Africa’s Apple iStore has started its annual sale, offering discounts on iPads, iPods, Macs and other accessories

By - June 6, 2013
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South Africa’s Apple iStore has launched its annual sale, offering discounts on a range of Apple products and accessories. This includes discounts on “almost new” iPads, Macs and iPod, as well as price cuts on Apple accessories.

According to the iStore sale promotional material, the following discounts are available:

  • 20% discount on iPads which are almost new, where the box has been opened or demo models
  • R200 discount on an 8GB iPhone 4
  • Discounts ranging between R500 and R2500 on Macbook Air
  • R500 discount on a Mac Mini
  • R200 discount on an Apple TV
  • R5,000 discount on a 15-inch’ Macbook Pro
  • R300 discount on an Apple Magic Mouse and an Apple Wireless Keyboard
  • 40% discount on all open box accessories
  • 20% discount on all Bose products

The Apple iStore promotional material indicated that stock varies from store to store, and is extremely limited.

The sale will run from 6 June 2013 until 30 June 2013.

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