Apple iPhone 11 Pro price in Pakistan and launch offers
Apple iPhone 11 Pro price in Pakistan starts at Rs. 218,099.
This is for the base variant that comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. Retail Price of Apple iPhone 11 Pro in Pakistan is Rs. 218,099. Retail Price of Apple in USD is $1625.
Apple iPhone 11 Pro - A High-end Smartphone of the Company Apple is going to launch iPhone 11 and it will be the Pro version of the series. The company is well-known in the world on smartphone technology and they are planning to hit the market with a new smartphone that is known as Apple iPhone 11 Pro was due because the manufacturers did not introduce any new smartphone for a long time. The users were waiting for the new cherry of the company and the upcoming smartphone Apple's iPhone 11 Pro appeared on the screen. The phone is expected to launch next month. The specs are quite appealing and attractive. The phone will be powered by the A13 Bionic. This is a powerful chipset that will assist the Apple iPhone 11's. The SoC of the smartphone will be paired with 3/4 gigabytes of RAM as it is the high-end model so the expectation is that it will be having 4 gigabytes of RAM. The built-in storage of the iPhone 11 Pro by Apple is going to be 128/256gigabytes. The smartphone of the company has an expandable option for the memory of the smartphone as the Apple 11 Pro has no dedicated slot. But the internal storage is sufficient for making the device able to hold a great amount of data. Moving toward the back of the smartphone you find that the new Apple iPhone's 11 Pro is having a unique holding for the camera setup. A primary sensor and an ultra-wide lens along with a depth sensor. The front-facing camera of the iPhone 11 Pro will be 12 megapixels. The new device will be fueled with Li-ion Non-removable 3190 mAh battery. The battery will give enough power to the smartphone. The fingerprint reader of the 11 Pro is kept under the display screen for security reasons and with all these features the smartphone will complete threat for the Samsung. "