Apple AirTag, iPad Pro, new iMac with M1 chip India pricing and availability details
- At the Apple Spring Loaded event on April 20, the iPhone maker launched four new devices, alongside the iPhone 12 in the new purple colour.
- Indian users can start placing their orders for these devices from April 23rd at the earliest, but deliveries will commence from April 30th.
- Check out how much each one of these new devices will cost in India.
AdvertisementApple launched a slew of new devices at its Spring Loaded event. Now, the iPhone maker has announced the Indian pricing and availability details of all these new devices, with prices starting at ₹3,190.
In its one-hour long announcement, Apple announced four new devices – the AirTag device tracker, Apple TV 4K, and the new iMac and iPad Pro – both powered by the M1 chipset. The company also launched the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini in purple colour.
Apart from this, the company also announced a revamped Apple Podcasts app, which will now offer podcast hosts to charge a subscription fee as an option.
With that out of the way, let’s take a look at how much even one of these new devices will cost in India.
Apple iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini purple price in India
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini in purple colour are priced at ₹79,900 and ₹69,900 respectively. Availability begins on April 30th, with orders starting on April 23rd.
Apple AirTag device tracker price in India
The AirTag device tracker price in India starts at ₹3,190 for one AirTag, and ₹10,900 for a pack of four.
Apple AirTag can be ordered starting April 23rd, and shipping begins on April 30th.
You can also choose one of the 31 emojis available on Apple’s website, or get custom engraving done for free.
AdvertisementApple iMac 24-inch price in India
The Apple iMac 24-inch price in India is as follows:
- Apple M1 chip, 8-core CPU, 7-core GPU, 256GB storage, 8GB memory, Magic keyboard – ₹1,19,900
- Apple M1 chip, 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 256GB storage, 8GB memory, additional 2x USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, Magic Keyboard with Touch ID – ₹1,39,900
- Apple M1 chip, 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 512GB storage, 8GB memory, additional 2x USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, Magic Keyboard with Touch ID – ₹1,59,900
The new iPad Pro will be available in two sizes – 11-inch and 12.9-inch. Out of the two, only the 12.9-inch iPad Pro comes with the mini-LED Liquid Retina XDR display.
Advertisement11-inch iPad Pro prices:
Wi-Fi only – prices start at ₹71,900 for the base 128GB model and go up to ₹1,70,900 for the 2TB model.
Wi-Fi + cellular – prices start at ₹85,900 for the base 128GB model and go up to ₹1,84,900 for the 2TB model.
12.9-inch iPad Pro prices:
Wi-Fi only – prices start at ₹99,900 for the base 128GB model and go up to ₹1,98,900 for the 2TB model.
Wi-Fi + cellular – prices start at ₹1,13,900 for the base 128GB model and go up to ₹2,12,900 for the 2TB model.
AdvertisementYou can also pair up these new iPad Pros with two keyboards, namely – Magic Keyboard, starting at ₹27,900, and the Smart Keyboard Folio, starting at ₹15,900.
The new iPad Pros come in two colours – Space Gray and Silver. Apple will start accepting orders from April 30th, and they will be available in the second half of May.
Apple TV 4K
The new Apple TV 4K with the A12 Bionic chipset is priced at ₹18,900 for the 32GB version and ₹20,900 for the 64GB version.
The new Siri Remote can also be purchased separately at ₹5,800.
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