Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Price Drops by Rs 26,000

Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max Price Drops by Rs 26,000

Discover the decreased price and PTA tax for the Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max in Pakistan as of June 20, 2024. Launched on September 12, 2023, the highly anticipated iPhone 15 Pro Max is a standout in Apple’s lineup, offering a range of storage options to meet different needs.

Available storage variants and prices:

256GB model: Rs476,500 (down from Rs502,500)

512GB edition: Rs570,000 (down from Rs580,000)

1TB option: Rs621,100 (down from Rs655,200)

Choose from four sophisticated finishes: black titanium, white titanium, blue titanium, and natural titanium.

A key feature of the iPhone 15 Pro Max is its advanced camera system with seven professional lenses powered by the A17 Pro chip. The primary camera boasts an impressive 48MP sensor with a new 24MP super-high-resolution default mode, delivering exceptionally detailed images.

Following are the latest iPhone 15 PTA TAX:

Apple DeviceTax on Passport (PKR)Tax on CNIC (PKR)
iPhone 15107,300130,700
iPhone 15 Plus113,100137,000
iPhone 15 Pro135,300161,500
iPhone 15 Pro Max148,500176,000

Following are the complete specifications of Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max:

SIM SupportDual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) – HK Version
Phone Dimensions159.9 x 76.7 x 8.2 mm
Phone Weight221 g
Operating SystemiOS 17
Screen Size6.7 Inches
Screen Resolution2796 x 1290 Pixels
Screen TypeSuper Retina XDR OLED
Screen ProtectionCeramic Shield glass
Internal Memory256/ 512 GB/ 1 TB
RAM8 GB
Card SlotNo
ProcessorApple A17 Pro Hexa-core
GPUApple GPU (6-core graphics)
Battery type4422 mAh
Front Camera12 MP
Front Flash LightNo
Front Video Recording4K@24/25/30/60fps, 1080p@25/30/60/120fps, gyro-EIS
Back Flash LightYes
Back Camera48 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP
Back Video Recording4K@24/25/30/60fps, 1080p@25/30/60/120/240fps, 10-bit HDR, Dolby Vision HDR (up to 60fps), ProRes, Cinematic mode (4K@24/30fps), 3D (spatial) video, stereo sound rec.
BluetoothYes
3GYes
4G/LTEYes
5GYes
RadioNo
WiFiYes
NFCYes

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