Apple announces price cuts for iPhones in India, iPhone 7 now available under Rs 50,000

Apple’s latest launch of iPhones has certainly got the fans excited. But that’s not the only thing to be excited about. The Cupertino-based tech giant has slashed the prices of its existing line up of smartphones — iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7 , iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE – by revising the prices on its official website. It is noteworthy to know that after the price slashes, Apple’s last year’s flagship smartphone is now available at a price under Rs 50,000 mark.
Here is a look at the current prices and the earlier prices of the Apple device:
iPhone 7 Plus
Current price: Rs 59,000 (32GB)
Earlier price: Rs 67,300 (32GB)
Current price: Rs 68,000 (128GB)
Earlier price: Rs 76,200 (128GB)
iPhone 7
Current price: Rs 49,000 (32GB)
Earlier price: Rs 56,200 (32GB)
Current price: Rs 58,000 (128GB)
Earlier price: Rs 65,200 (128GB)
iPhone 6s Plus
Current price: Rs 49,000 (32GB)
Earlier price: Rs 56,100 (32GB)
Current price: Rs 58,000 (128GB)
Earlier price: Rs 65,000 (128GB)
iPhone 6s
Current price: Rs 40,000 (32GB)
Earlier price: Rs 46,900 (32GB)
Current price: Rs 49,000 (128GB)
Earlier price: Rs 55,900 (128GB)
iPhone SE
Current price: Rs 26,000 (32GB)
Earlier price: Rs 46,900 (32GB)
Current price: Rs 35,000 (128GB)
Earlier price: Rs 60,500 (128GB)
Apple had announced similar price cuts of its devices last year as well around the time when it was going to launch iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
After months of speculations, Apple finally launched three new iPhones — iPhone 8 , iPhone 8 Plus and the company’s tenth anniversary of iPhone X. All the iPhones come in 64GB and 256GB storage variants. While the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be available in India from September 29 at a starting price of Rs 64,000, the iPhone X will be available much later as pre-orders will begin on October 27 and will hit retail shelves on November 3 at a starting price of Rs 89,000.
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