This year has brought us a lot of breath-taking smartphones but none which are as revolutionary as Apple’s 2017 flagship smartphone, the iPhone X. The device runs on state of the art technology and incorporating Face ID through a complex system which no phone manufacturer apart from Apple has been able to pull off. The iPhone X had been launched in most major markets. However, it seems like the company isn’t going to stop there as the smartphone has been launched in 13 more countries.
The device has reached markets in countries like Albania, Bosnia, Cambodia, Kosovo, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Serbia, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, and Turkey. Apart from Turkey where Apple has its retail presence, devices in the other countries will be sold through third-party resellers and carriers. Well, you can avail of the iPhone X online through Apple stores in Malaysia (from RM 5,149), South Korea (from ₩1,420,000), Thailand (from ฿40,500), and Turkey (from 6.099 TL).
Did you know that a few days ago, Apple’s office in South Korea was raided by state regulators? The company’s business practices were questioned by the officers. This probe was part of an ongoing issue. Well, let’s hope this doesn’t disrupt the supply of iPhone X smartphones. So far, the device has been receiving a lot of sales and Apple continues to rake in profits owing to their masterpiece of a smartphone, the iPhone X.
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