Power Mac Center recently welcomed the arrival of iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 with a midnight launch party at its flagship store in Greenbelt 3. Customers in line were given starter kits and a quick discussion about the features of the new iPhones and iOS 12 by Certified Trainers.
Minutes before midnight, pop rock band IV of Spades hyped the crowd with their famous hits using iPads.
As the doors finally opened, several Power Mac Center brand ambassadors including Daniel Matsunaga, Sam YG, Megan Young, Mikael Daez, Cesca Litton, Mari Jasmine, and Jojo the Love Survivor welcomed the loyal customers. They were rewarded premium accessories worth up to ₱19,000, while holders of the 1 Infinite Card, Power Mac Center’s loyalty rewards card, received double the points for their purchase during the midnight launch.
“This is Power Mac Center’s biggest iPhone launch yet and we’re truly grateful to all our loyal customers who patiently waited and joined us until the wee hours. Every year, we make sure to come up with the best deals and complement it with topnotch service all for the Filipino Apple fans,” said Joey Alvarez, Power Mac Center Director of Product Management and Marketing.
The newest iPhone sports Super Retina in two sizes ─ including the largest display ever on an iPhone. It has faster Face ID, a dual-camera system, and the smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone.
iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 are now available in select Power Mac Center stores nationwide. Customers may also avail of additional insurance protection for damages not covered in the standard warranty through Power Mac Center Protect Plus.
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