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iPhone 15 & 15 Pro Max PTA Tax November 2023 Update

iPhone 15, 15 Pro Max PTA Tax November 2023 Update. Tech giant Apple has officially unveiled its highly-anticipated iPhone 15 series, introducing an array of premium enhancements and innovative features to its flagship smartphones.

Read More: iPhone 15: Complete Specifications

The latest lineup boasts a titanium body, a USB-C port, an advanced operating system, and a powerful A17 Pro chip, making it a standout in the smartphone market.

However, for potential buyers in Pakistan, it’s essential to understand the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) tax requirements for registering these imported devices.

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Here’s a breakdown of the iPhone 15 series prices in Pakistan and the corresponding PTA tax for registration:

iPhone 15

  • 128 GB: PKR 236,000
  • 256 GB: PKR 265,500
  • 512 GB: PKR 324,600
  • PTA Tax on Passport: Rs. 107,325
  • PTA Tax on CNIC: Rs. 130,700

iPhone 15 Plus

  • 128 GB: PKR 265,500
  • 256 GB: PKR 295,000
  • 512 GB: PKR 354,000
  • PTA Tax on Passport: Rs. 113,075
  • PTA Tax on CNIC: Rs. 137,000

iPhone 15 Pro

  • 128 GB: PKR 295,000
  • 256 GB: PKR 324,600
  • 512 GB: PKR 383,700
  • PTA Tax on Passport: Rs. 112,275
  • PTA Tax on CNIC: Rs. 147,150

iPhone 15 Pro Max

  • 128 GB: PKR 354,100
  • 256 GB: PKR 383,700
  • 512 GB: PKR 442,700
  • PTA Tax on Passport: Rs. 131,130
  • PTA Tax on CNIC: Rs. 156,900

The new iPhone 15 series offers a visual delight with its 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display and is powered by the A17 Pro chip for seamless performance.

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However, in Pakistan, these premium devices come at a higher cost due to PTA registration taxes. The government has recently been thinking of providing smartphones in installments, which is a welcoming step.

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