iPhone 14 smartphones launch in South Africa: price and contract details

The iPhone 14 range is now available in South Africa, with the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max landing in stores on 23 September. 

However, there’s no news on when and if the iPhone 14 Plus will launch locally. Globally, the phone will be available in stores beginning 7 October.

Apple’s latest smartphones were announced during a showcase event on 7 September. 

The launch of the phones brings along with it Apple’s first ever 48MP smartphone camera lens on the Pro and Pro Max.

The Pro Max is also one of Apple’s biggest smartphones, equipped with a 6.7-inch display.

But how much does the iPhone 14 range of smartphones cost in South Africa?

iPhone 14 range price in South Africa 

The new range of phones will be available for cash, as well as on cellular contracts. 

In terms of cash prices, the standard iPhone 14 starts at R20,599. The iPhone 14 Pro starts at R25,699 and the Pro Max starts at R28,399.

In terms of contracts, the iPhone 14 range is available from Vodacom, MTN, and Telkom.

Prices depend on the model and storage capacity of the phone. For contracts, prices also differ based on whether you take out a 24-month or 36-month contract.

You can see a summary of the iPhone 14 contract offerings below:

iPhone ModelMobile operatorstarting price
iPhone 14MTNR799pm x 36 months
R1,049pm x 24 months
VodacomR749pm x 36 months
R999pm x 24 months
TelkomR759pm x 36 months
R1,029pm x 24 months
iPhone 14 ProMTNR969pm x 36 months
R1,289pm x 24 months
VodacomR899pm x 36 months
R1,199pm x 24 months
TelkomR909pm x 36 months
R1,238pm x 24 months
iPhone 14 Pro MaxMTNR1,069pm x 36 months
R1,479pm x 24 month
VodacomR999pm x 36 months
R1,349pm x 24 months
TelkomR989pm x 36 months
R1,359pm x 24 months

You can view the different contracts available for the iPhone 14 range on the iStore cellular contracts page.

The iStore offers trade-in deals for Apple devices, which can lower the cost of the overall contract or cash purchase.

Feature image: Apple

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