Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max and Apple MacBook Pro prices, specs, and availability via Revu Philippines

You may now buy the iPhone 12 and Mac with M1 chip in PH

In Laptops, Phones by Alora Uy GuerreroLeave a Comment

So it turns out that December 11 is an Apple Day in the Philippines, as fans of the brand may now order some its most-anticipated products from two different categories starting today. We’re talking about the 5G-ready 2020 iPhones and the M1-powered Mac Mini and MacBooks.

(Update, January 21, 2021: Our long-term review of the iPhone 12 Pro is up!)

Apple iPhone 12 series

As we shared in November, the iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max are already up for pre-purchase at all channels — from Apple’s official online store to authorized resellers and telecommunication companies Globe Telecom and Smart Communications. They are scheduled to be available December 18.

SEE ALSO: Apple iPhone 12 Pro: Unboxing, first impressions (we’ll post our review as soon as all our paid projects are done)

Below are the prices listed at Apple, but take note that elsewhere, pricing is varied. At Power Mac Center, for example, the base model of the iPhone 12 Mini costs P45,490 (roughly $946), P1,500 ($31) than the one being sold at Apple. But you get a lot of freebies — as much as P15,000 ($312) worth actually.

  • Apple iPhone 12 Mini
    • 64GB – P43,990
    • 128GB – P46,990
    • 256GB – P52,990
  • Apple iPhone 12
    • 64GB – P49,990
    • 128GB – P52,990
    • 256GB – P58,990
  • Apple iPhone 12 Pro
    • 128GB – P62,990
    • 256GB – P68,990
    • 512GB – P80,990
  • Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
    • 128GB – P68,990
    • 256GB – P74,990
    • 512GB – P86,990

For postpaid plans, click on the links included in the posts of our local carriers.

For Globe ThePlatinum plans

For Globe ThePlan postpaid offers

For the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max models at Smart

For the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 models at Smart

Apple Mac Mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro with M1 chip

On this day, we also noticed that the new M1-based Macs can now be ordered in the Philippines, too. Apple has changed the “check back later for availability” notice at its online store to “buy.” Here are the prices of the devices, just to refresh your memory:

  • Apple Mac Mini (Apple M1)
    • 256GB: P37,990 (around $787)
    • 512GB: P49,990 ($1,036)
  • Apple MacBook Air (Apple M1)
    • 256GB: P54,990 ($1,139)
    • 512GB: P68,990 ($1,429)
  • Apple MacBook Pro (Apple M1)
    • 256GB: P71,990 ($1,491)
    • 512GB: P83,990 ($1,740)

We waited for the company to announce the Macs’ local release date, especially after those who already got their hands on the new computers got blown away by the machines’ performance. It seems the M1 processor, which brings the ARM architecture to Apple computers, does deliver vastly improved performance and power efficiency. The videos below are just two reviews we came across the past few weeks.

Review of the Apple Mac Mini with M1 chip

Review of the Apple MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with M1 chip

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 22 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.