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November 23, 2012

Apple Online Store goes on Sale up to Php5,000

The Apple Online Store Philippines today went on a sale with a number of media players and Macbooks selling with discounts. The discounts reach close to Php5,000 for the Macbooks.

This sale could last just for the day or two but it’s one of those rare times the Apple Online Store has them.

Devices included in the sale are the iPad 2, iPod Touch 4th and 5th gen, iPod Nano, Macook Pro Retina Display, Macbook Air, headphones, wireless keyboard and even the smart cases.

Click here to see the complete listing and discounts.

* Thanks to all who sent this in.


7 Responses to “Apple Online Store goes on Sale up to Php5,000”

  1. lalaland
    Twitter: heyimjunfe
    says:

    is the ipad 4 available here in the philippines?

  2. balasubas says:

    Lol, I thought the Apple Store itself is on sale for 5K only.

  3. Inaki says:

    Ang sabi naman “ON sale” hindi “FOR sale”

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