Apple in the favor of new iPhones has slashed prices of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the iPhone 5s smartphones in India, as already offered 5s hardware for free on contract in the US. Now that, both the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus goes on pre-order starting today, September 12, and will be available to buy on September 25th. Here are the details regarding how much it costs when you are thing about purchasing Factory unlocked iPhone 6s, 6s Plus SIM-free models in the first-wave of countries, available.
In India, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are expected to go live for purchase in October. So, are you ready to go the old iPhone hardware way or wait for the new iPhones to treat you with a hefty price tag.
Check out the details regarding the slashed prices:
1. iPhone 5s (16GB) Old price: Rs 47,000 and now it will be available for Rs 35,000 – gets Rs 12,000 reduction from its original cost. With 32GB, iPhone 5s was priced at Rs 51,000, now get a cut to Rs 11,500 – making its price Rs 40,000.
2. iPhone 6s (16GB) – Launched with a hefty Rs 56,500 and now it gets a price cut of Rs 4,000 – available at Rs 52,000 in India. Wheraes the 64GB gets a price cut of Rs 3,000, well it becomes available at Rs 62,000 – cut from INR 65,000.
3. iPhone 6 Plus (16GB) – was available to buy at Rs 65,000 in India, and after discount of Rs 3000, it goes on sale at Rs 62,000, respectively. While the 64GB iPhone 6 Plus also gets a price drop of Rs 2000, and making it available at Rs 72,000 dropped from original Rs 74,000.
About the 128GB iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are not be stocked anymore. Currently, the iPhone 6 with 128GB on-board storage will be sold at Rs 72,000, down from its actual Rs 74,00 price tag and the 128GB iPhone 6 Plus gets a price cut of Rs 1,000 and be available for Rs 82,000.
Notably, the new scheme of price cuts will come into action starting next week. Alternatively, even Apple sets a standard MRP, third-party retailers will sell the aforementioned iPhone smartphone at even cheaper price points. Offer cash back offer by partnering banks…..