Apple slashes prices for iPhone 11, iPhone XR, and iPhone SE 2020 in India

Apple slashes prices for iPhone 11, iPhone XR, and iPhone SE 2020 in India
Prices for Apple iPhone 11, seen above, slashed in IndiaUnsplash
Soon after the launch of new iPhone 12 series, Apple has slashed the prices for older iPhone models including the hot-selling iPhone XR, iPhone SE (2020) and iPhone 11.


The base variant of the iPhone 11 with 64GB internal storage is now available for Rs 54,900, whereas the 128GB and 256GB model costs Rs 59,900, and Rs 69,900, respectively.
TOP VIDEOS FOR YOU

On the other hand, the iPhone XR now costs Rs 47,900 for the 64GB version and the 128GB model retails for Rs 52,900.
Advertisement

The iPhone SE 2020 now costs Rs 39,900 for the base model with 64GB internal storage, whereas the 128GB and the 256GB models cost Rs 44,900, and Rs 54,900, respectively.

As a part of festive season offers, Apple is giving out free AirPods with iPhone 11, starting October 17.

Amazon and Flipkart's Great Indian Festival and Big Billion Days are starting this week and both the e-commerce marketplaces are expected to provide new iPhone 11 at a price below Rs 50,000.
Advertisement


Apple on Tuesday launched 4 new iPhone 12 models with 5G capability.

The top versions -- iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max -- will be available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB models in graphite, silver, gold, and pacific blue, starting at Rs 119,900 and Rs 129,900, respectively.

iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini will be available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB models in blue, green, black, white and red colours, starting at Rs 79,900 and Rs 69,900, respectively.
Advertisement

SEE ALSO:
Infosys to reinstate wage hikes, promotions and hiring — will impact margins over the next six months

India has signed 250 documents on space cooperation with 59 countries, says ISRO chief K Sivan

Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin gets one step closer to sending tourists into space

Wipro’s share price dips by over 6% after earnings — analysts believe it will take a while to catch up to TCS and HCL Technologies