Apple iPhones and Prices in Nigeria ~ Budgeted & Flagship

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These are the best apple iphones and prices in Nigeria right now in the market. They offers great value for money and can run the latest iOS 14.

apple iphones and prices in nigeria

There are many iPhones that have been released since the advent of the Apple smartphones.

However, if you will be buying an iPhone in 2020 and want to enjoy the best Apple has to offer, I’ll suggest that you consider one of the iphones released between the iPhone SE (2020) and iPhone 8.

At a virtual event on the 14th of October 2020, Apple’s newest flagships; iPhone 12 series were announced to the world.

The rest of this content will give further information you may want about these phones listed.

More info about the recommended iPhones.

Apple iPhones and Prices in Nigeria

The following are the specs of and how much iphones cost in Nigeria starting from 120,000 Naira up to 450,000 Naira.

1.) Apple iPhone SE [2020]: N185,200

  • Apple A13 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.65 GHz Lightning cores & 4 x 1.80 GHz Thunder cores; 7+ nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 3 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 128 / 256 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 1,821 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 13 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 4.70-inch Retina IPS touchscreen [750 x 1,334 pixels; Apprx. 326 PPI; 16:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Front-mounted]

The 2020 iPhone SE is one of the latest iPhones, as of September 2020.

The device features Apple’s most impressive mobile chipset. The device is also powered the best iOS operating system.

However, being one of the latest iPhones doesn’t mean this device is the most impressive iPhone. It actually isn’t.

The phone seems to have been released for the people who want the enjoy many of the latest technologies Apple has to offer, but can’t afford to spend a lot of money on one of the most impressive iPhones.

2.) Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max: N434,800

  • Apple A13 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.65 GHz Lightning cores & 4 x 1.80 GHz Thunder cores; 7+ nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 4 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 / 512 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 3,969 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 13 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 6.50-inch Super Retina XDR OLED touchscreen [1,242 x 2,688 pixels; Apprx. 458 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 12 MP front camera

Of all Apple iPhones out there, the 11 Pro Max is the most impressive. The device is powered by the most impressive Apple mobile chipset.

The display is also something that will leave you stunned. And when it comes to battery power, the 11 Pro Max is also the most impressive in this aspect.

3.) Apple iPhone 11 Pro: N345,200

  • Apple A13 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.65 GHz Lightning cores & 4 x 1.80 GHz Thunder cores; 7+ nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 4 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 / 512 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 3,046 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 13 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 5.80-inch Super Retina XDR OLED touchscreen [1,125 x 2,436 pixels; Apprx. 458 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 12 MP front camera

The iPhone 11 Pro is the second-most-impressive, of all the iPhones we have out there. This device is meant for those who want the best iPhone, but can’t afford the 11 Pro Max.

4.) Apple iPhone 11: N282,800

  • Apple A13 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.65 GHz Lightning cores & 4 x 1.80 GHz Thunder cores; 7+ nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 4 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 128 / 256 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 3,110 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 13 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 6.10-inch Liquid Retina IPS LCD touchscreen [828 x 1,792 pixels; Apprx. 326 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 12 MP front camera

The iPhone 11 is the third-most-impressive iPhone we have out there. This product is more impressive than the 2020 iPhone SE, but it ain’t as cool as the 11 Pro or the 11 Pro Max.

In other words, if you want something nicer than the 2020 SE, but can’t afford the 11 Pro or the 11 Pro Max, then the Standard iPhone 11 is the option you have.

5.) Apple iPhone Xs Max: N310,400

  • Apple A12 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.50 GHz Vortex cores & 4 x 1.60 GHz Tempest cores; 7 nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 4 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 / 512 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 3,174 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 12 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 6.50-inch Super Retina OLED touchscreen [1,242 x 2,688 pixels; Apprx. 458 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera

The 2020 iPhone SE, the Standard iPhone 11, the 11 Pro, and the 11 Pro Max, are the products under the latest generation of the Apple iPhone.

And the products under this generation may cost way much than you might be willing to pay for them.

In other words, if you want a nice iPhone and also demand that your phone is quite a good-value-for-money device, the iPhone Xs Max is one of the products you can consider.

6.) Apple iPhone Xs: N220,400

  • Apple A12 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.50 GHz Vortex cores & 4 x 1.60 GHz Tempest cores; 7 nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 4 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 / 512 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 2,658 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 12 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 5.80-inch Super Retina OLED touchscreen [1,125 x 2,436 pixels; Apprx. 458 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera

The iPhone Xs is a phone that’s ideal for someone considering Xs Max, but can’t afford it. In other words, if the Xs Max is something you’ll ordinarily prefer, but can’t afford it, then the Xs is probably the best option for you.

7.) Apple iPhone Xr: N218,800

  • Apple A12 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.50 GHz Vortex cores & 4 x 1.60 GHz Tempest cores; 7 nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 3 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 128 / 256 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 2,942 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 12 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 6.10-inch Liquid Retina IPS LCD touchscreen [828 x 1,792 pixels; Apprx. 326 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera

The iPhone Xr falls in the same category as the iPhone Xs. The phone is meant for the same category of people who will be considering a product like the Xs.

But while the Xs features a slightly better set of computing hardwares, the Xr comes with a slightly better display.

So if you’re the kind who is a great lover of large displays, the Xr is what you should consider, not the Xs.

8.) Apple iPhone X: N213,200

  • Apple A11 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.39 GHz Monsoon cores & 4 x Mistral cores; 10 nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 3 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 2,716 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 11 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 5.80-inch Super Retina OLED touchscreen [1,125 x 2,436 pixels; Apprx. 458 PPI; 19.5:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera

If money is not a problem, I will recommend that you get one of the products discussed above.

However, if you don’t have a lot of cash to spend, a product like the iPhone X is something you can consider.

This device falls in the category of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus, although it features a much better display, compared to the two other phones.

9.) Apple iPhone 8 Plus: N181,200

  • Apple A11 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.39 GHz Monsoon cores & 4 x Mistral cores; 10 nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 3 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 2,691 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 11 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 5.50-inch Retina IPS LCD touchscreen [1,080 x 1,920 pixels; Apprx. 401 PPI; 16:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP + 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Front-mounted]

The iPhone 8 Plus is also a product you can consider if you don’t have a lot of cash to spend.

The device can offer you a reasonable amount of the best things Apple has to offer. In other words, this product still has a place in the iPhone world, even though it was released some years ago.

10.) Apple iPhone 8: N119,200

  • Apple A11 Bionic [Hexa-core processor; 2 x 2.39 GHz Monsoon cores & 4 x Mistral cores; 10 nm process]
  • Apple Graphics processing unit [GPU]
  • 2 GB Random-access Memory [RAM]
  • 64 / 256 GB NVMe internal storage
  • 1,821 mAh Li-Ion battery
  • iOS 11 OS [Upgradable to the iOS 14 OS]
  • 4.70-inch Retina IPS LCD touchscreen [750 x 1,334 pixels; Apprx. 326 PPI; 16:9 ratio]
  • 2G, 3G, and 4G networks support
  • 12 MP rear camera
  • 7 MP front camera
  • Fingerprint scanner [Front-mounted]

The cheapest of all iPhones I can recommend is the iPhone 8. This device sells for about N120,000.

And just like the 8 Plus, the device still has a place in the current smartphone world. There are a lot of people using this product, so don’t be reluctant to make it your next device, if it is what you can afford.

Final Words

All products recommended in this article are widely available in Nigeria. So laying your hands on any of them should be little or no problem.

If you can’t find any of them in the phone stores in your area, you can consider going to Lagos or buying it online.

It is also worthwhile explicitly stating that none of the iPhones out there have 5G support but the iPhone 12 that will soon be announce are expected to support it.

So if 5G support is very important to you, you may want to wait for the next generation of iPhones or consider a cool Android device such as the latest phones from Samsung mobile in Nigeria, Xiaomi and OnePlus.

So guys, what do you about the Apple iPhones and prices in Nigeria? Let me know in the comment. Is this write up informative? If yes, consider sharing it with friends and family.

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