The Jakarta Post
iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were first introduced during an Apple event in September, with the phones first sold in several countries beginning November. (Apple/File)
Apple's latest smartphones, the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, are coming to Indonesian stores on Dec. 22, as reported by kompas.com on Friday.
The products are distributed in Indonesia by Teletama Artha Mandiri (TAM) and are set to be available at official retailers under the overseeing company Erajaya Group, such as iBox, several Erafone outlets, as well as Urban Republic all across Indonesia.
The prices of the anticipated products are not yet known, however, estimates would see them approximately 30 percent higher than global prices in general.
"Information on the pricing will follow," Djatmiko Wardoyo, Erajaya Group marketing and communication director, told kompas.com on Friday.
iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were first introduced during an Apple event in September, with the phones first sold in several countries beginning November.
Singapore was the first country in Southeast Asia to sell the smartphones, enticing buyers from neighboring countries such as Vietnam, Cambodia, the Philippines and Indonesia to travel for the purchase, which subsequently created long lines at Singapore's Apple Store last month. (liz/kes)
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