Apple iPhone 6 Plus Sells at Lazada Philippines for Php 97,810, Discounted

Today, Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus officially became available for purchase at the Cupertino company's key markets around the world including the US, Canada, France, Australia, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the UK.

For some reason, the Philippines always ends up being one of the last countries to get iPhone releases, which I don't understand since 'Pinas' is perhaps the most lucrative market for smartphones in the whole of Asia Pacific currently. I'm not sure if you'll agree with me but I believe Apple is totally missing out on a lot by not prioritizing this territory. In contrast, we're number 1 for Samsung; Pinoys are always the first to get new handsets and tablets from the Korean Giant.

Anyway, it's good that we have reliable online sellers and stores that really go out of their way to make sure that Pinoys who always want to be the first to own iPhone releases would have no problem getting their devices.

Apple iPhone 6 Lazada
Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus prices at Lazada as of 7:58 PM, September 19, 2014. Of course, they're expected to drop when the devices see official release in the Philippines.

If you're one of those who just has to be the first person in his entire clan, barkada, or office to own the latest iPhone, then I would suggest that you visit Lazada or ring Kimstore right this moment as they're now offering Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus courtesy of their partners in Apple's priority markets where the phones are now formally out.

As yet, the prices at Lazada are rather hefty - Apple iPhone 6 starts at Php 64,320 for the 16 GB Grey variant and goes as high as Php 97,810 for Apple iPhone 6 Plus Silver or Gold 128 GB -- and that's already includes a major discount coming from a price tag of Php Php 127,153.

Why are they so expensive, you ask? Well, I guess it's because you'll be paying not just for the device itself and the import duties but also for the 'sheer effort' of their staff and partners outside the country to bring the product here. But hey, if you have the money to make it happen, why not? It's not like you can put a price tag on 'bragging rights.'