Manochehr Khan (December 11, 2012)
Technology pacesetters, Apple have given its loyal UAE customers something to cheer about before the end of this year by officially releasing iPhone 5. The leading telecom service provider, Etisalat have organized a midnight launch of highly anticipated new iPhone at 13 Business Centers across the UAE on 12-12-12.
Along with the release of the latest Apple mobile device, the tech moguls also opened up iTunes Music Store in the UAE. The online music store is only available in selected markets all around the world. This is commendable for the company which treasures its customer base and they have rewarded them by opening the music store in a country where one third mobile users are Apple consumers. With this release, iTunes Store will let UAE residents buy online music and apps using their local credit card and billing address. Music from local and regional artists will be available as well as from the international artists. Local iTunes Store will allow the residents to get their Apple products customized before shipping.
With the history of being the market innovators and early adopters, UAE residents now can enjoy the internet speed up to 42Mbps on wide spread 3G HSPA+ network covering populous areas of the Emirates. The customer experience at its best as consumers can revel in video streaming, network gaming and downloading on the go while using the fastest mobile phone out there.
The iPhone 5 will be on sale at the major airports of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah which are open all day long. The starting price for iPhone 5 is AED 2749 for 16GB, AED 3149 for 32GB and AED 3549 for 64GB devices.
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