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Five reasons why iStore is the best place to get your new iPhone

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So the time has come. You’ve made up your mind. You know exactly why you want the world’s most powerful personal device. But you’re not sure where you should go to make your choice. That’s easy. 

Here’s why the answer is iStore, South Africa’s Apple Premium Reseller, with 25 retail stores across the country, and 24-hours a day online.

  1. You don’t need to go anywhere else to upgrade your iPhone

At iStore, the “Everything iPhone Under One Roof” store, it’s easier than ever to upgrade your iPhone to the latest model. 

No matter where you originally signed up for your personal or business contract, you can get your upgrade on Vodacom, MTN or Telkom. 

Trained experts, who are as passionate about the amazing features and benefits of iPhone as you are, will help you evaluate the options and make the best choice. There’s no need to go anywhere but the home of iPhone!

The cameras of the new Apple iPhone-13 Pro

2) You can save thousands by trading in and trading up to a new iPhone

If your current iPhone is in good-to-great condition, you could save up to R12 000 when you trade it in for a new model at iStore. 

All you have to do is bring your iPhone in for valuation. You’ll be rewarded with higher than market value, which you can use towards the purchase of a new iPhone, or to bring down the cost of a new contract or upgrade. 

3) You’ll get extra peace of mind for free with an iCare Plus Extended Warranty

Why should you care about iCare? Two reasons: firstly, it’s an extended two-year warranty that includes a screen replacement, and best of all, it won’t cost you a cent when you upgrade to a new iPhone at iStore.

iCare Plus is valued at R1 999, and you won’t get it anywhere else but iStore. For more information, please visit

4) You can upgrade your iPhone from the comfort of home

If you’d prefer to keep your social distance while upgrading your iPhone, iStore makes it click-and-easy with an online upgrade service. 

No matter where you originally signed up for your contract, you can apply for your upgrade on Vodacom, MTN, or Telkom, just by visiting

You’ll enjoy free same-day courier delivery of your iPhone, straight from iStore to your doorstep, once your deal goes through.

5) You’ll get free expert technical support and training on iPhone

Ease of use is one of the great joys of owning an iPhone. But if you ever need support or have a technical question or issue, iStore’s trained technicians will be happy to help you out — at no cost at all. 

And you’re very welcome, too, to join the free iStore Meets Workshops, held on Zoom, for expert tips, and advice, and inspiration on getting the most out of your iPhone. 

Please visit meets to sign up and find out more.

Whether you are struggling to find the best deal or can’t decide which model to choose, visit iStore to take away all the hassle when shopping for your iPhone. iStore is your all-in-one destination for everything iPhone. Why would you go anywhere else?

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