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SA to get Xiaomi retail stores

Xiaomi distributor Mobile in Africa plans to open stores in South Africa focused on promoting and selling the fast-growing Chinese smartphone brand, its head, RJ van Spaandonk, said on Thursday. Mobile in Africa, which is a sister

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iPhone 7 gets SA launch date

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, along with the new Apple Watch Series 2, will go on sale in South Africa on 14 October. iStore, owned by Apple distributor Core Group, revealed on Friday morning that the devices will go on sale locally

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Apple Watch gets SA launch date, pricing

Apple’s smartwatch, simply called Apple Watch, will be launched in South Africa on Friday, 23 October, distributor Core Group announced on Friday. Core Group said the watch will be available from the iStore outlets nationwide on that date

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Prepare to dig deep for new iPhone

The sharp fall in the value of the rand in recent months has had a severe impact on the price of imported electronics, and iPhone fans can expect to have to dig deeply into their pockets to get Apple’s latest smartphone. Core Group on Friday revealed that the

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Xiaomi to make Africa debut

Fast-growing Chinese handset maker Xiaomi is coming to Africa. The company, which is now one of the largest smartphone makers worldwide, has appointed Mobile in Africa to represent it 50 African countries. Mobile in Africa is headed by RJ van Spaandonk

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Apple’s super-thin MacBook gets SA pricing

The ultra-thin new MacBook, which stole the show at the launch of Apple’s smartwatch in March, will go on sale in South Africa this Friday starting at R18 999, the company’s South African distributor, Core Group, has announced. The new, ultra-thin

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Apple, HTC put down roots in SA

As Samsung begins the first weekend of sales in South Africa of its new flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and the curved-screen Galaxy S6 edge, rivals Apple and HTC are upping their game in the

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Apple reinvesting in South Africa

The world’s biggest technology company, Apple, has quietly established a South African office and now appears set to grow its presence in the local market. It’s the first time the company has had

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