Price Of Apple Phones In Nigeria (2021 Updated)

In Nigeria, the price tag of all Apple made device is at the high side making it a little difficult for the brand to make greater sales in the country at the moment. However, anyone seen with an Apple device in Nigeria is greatly regareded and also respected. It is no doubt that the Apple brand is making good quality devices to suite our nuruoius usage needs. The company’s smartphone are now been alternatively compared to Samsung, Xioami, and other top brand devices.

Every iPhone fan or aspirant-user would be wanting to know the current prices of all the Apple iPhones so they could possibly know which to purchase.

Currently, below are the prices of Apple iPhones in Nigeria:

 

Apple iPhone 5C is currently sold for ₦55,530 or lesser

Apple iPhone 6 is currently sold for ₦64,800

Apple iPhone 6 Plus is currently sold for ₦73,800 or lesser

Apple iPhone 6s is currently sold for  ₦55,950 or lesser

Apple iPhone 6s Plus is currently sold for ₦73,800 or lesser

Apple iPhone 7 is currently sold for ₦79,690 or lesser

Apple iPhone 7 Plus is currently sold for ₦134,490 or lesser

Apple iPhone 8 is currently sold for ₦123,000 or lesser

Apple iPhone 8 Plus is currently sold for ₦186,225 or lesser

Apple iPhone X is currently sold for ₦200,150

Apple iPhone X is currently sold for ₦268,000

Apple iPhone XR is currently sold for ₦233,290

Apple XS Max is currently sold for ₦413,690

Apple iPhone 11 is currently sold for ₦379,900

Apple iPhone 11 Pro is currently sold for ₦426,010

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max is currently sold for ₦511,230

Apple iPhone 12 is currently sold for ₦427,999

Apple iPhone 12 Pro is currently sold for 580,000

Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max is currently sold for ₦693,999

Apple iPhone 13 is currently sold for ₦800,000

Apple iPhone 13 Pro is currently sold for ₦860,000

Apple Phone 13 Pro Max is currently sold for ₦1,020,000

Any model of the Apple iPhone you purchase is indeed worthy of it’s price tag.

Stephen Ekpa
Stephen is the Editor-in-Chief @DroidAfrica. His work on DroidAfrica is born out of pure passion for tech, especially as it relates to smartphones. When Steve is not writing tech, then he is reading tech.