The Israeli electronics company Ace Hardware has announced it will sell its first iPhone 7 Plus online, in an event held on Monday.
The iPhone 7s and 7s Plus are both made by Apple and are available for purchase through its online store.
It is not yet clear how the online sales will affect retail stores in Israel.
Ace Hardware was founded in 2011 by Avi Ben-Ari, who has a long history of making electronic products for the Israeli market.
He is also the founder of the Tel Aviv-based technology company, Mio.
The company has a good reputation in the Israeli smartphone market and has been successful in the past.
The company sold 1.3 million smartphones in the first three months of 2016.
In an interview with The Jerusalem Report, Ben-Ami said that the sales will allow the company to expand its presence in the market.
“I’m very excited,” he said.
“We’ve got a great idea, and we are going to show it to the market.”
In a statement, Ace Hardware said the sales “are a great opportunity for us to expand our product line and reach a larger market.”
It also said the online store will offer the products in different configurations: a standard iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus, as well as a 7 Plus variant.
The iPhone 7 will be available at a reduced price of $649.
A device can be purchased in either the standard or premium models, and it comes with a MicroSD card.
There is no way to upgrade a phone, but Ace Hardware will include a SIM card for the iPhone.
Ben-Amis sales manager, Shaul Golan, told The Jerusalem report that the company will also be selling accessories, and he said that accessories will be sold at a discounted price.
“The iPhone is the biggest mobile phone market in the world,” he added.