Apple announces India prices for new iPads, iMacs, MacBooks

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Apple has updated its India website with all the new products it announced at its ongoing WWDC 2017 event, revealing each device’s price ahead of a country-specific launch. As expected, the new iPads, iMacs, and MacBooks are on the more expensive side of things, with the tablet series going beyond the Rs 1 lakh mark for the first time in the nation.

Diving into Apple’s latest iPad Pro lineup, the 10.5-inch iteration is available in a Wi-Fi only model at Rs 52900, Rs 60900, and Rs 76900 for the 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage variants, respectively. Upgrading to the Wi-Fi + Cellular edition will set buyers back by Rs 63900, Rs 71900, and Rs 87900, correspondingly.

The cost of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro has remained the same for the most part, with the upside being that storage has doubled. The entry-level Wi-Fi only models are set to hit stores at Rs 65900 (64GB), Rs 73900 (256GB), and Rs 89900 (512GB), while the Wi-Fi + Cellular models will burn a Rs 76900, Rs 84900, and Rs 100900-sized hole in a buyer’s pocket, respectively.

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The 2017 series of MacBook Pros have gotten slightly cheaper as compared to its predecessors. The 13-inch model without TouchBar begins at Rs 109900 for its 128GB variant and Rs 126900 for its 256GB one. The 13-inch TouchBar model will go up for sale at Rs 154900 (256GB) and Rs 171900 (512GB).

The 15-inch MacBook Pro with TouchBar starts at Rs 205900 (256GB) and tops out at Rs 239900 (512GB). Consumers looking for something more affordable can look to the refreshed MacBook Air which starts at the same Rs 80900 cost for its 128GB model. The redone 12-inch MacBook has gotten a cut and is set to vend at Rs 109900 (256GB) and Rs 134900 (512GB).

Lastly, Apple’s powerful new iMacs begin at Rs 90900, Rs 107900, and Rs 148900 for the 21.5-inch non-Retina, 21.5-inch Retina, and 27.5-inch Retina versions, correspondingly. The company plans to unveil its huge slate of devices in India later this month.