The latest batch of iPhones has landed upon us, signaling discounts all around for previous models across the world. Surprisingly, Apple isn’t pulling the 2-year-old iPhone like it usually does, so the iPhone 6S will continue to be sold via the company’s stores.
Starting things off with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, the handsets have gotten a $100 markdown. The former now starts at $549 and the latter at $669. Even the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are $100 cheaper, vending at $449 and $549, respectively. Finally, the iPhone SE has received a $50 cut down to $349.
Apple has officially extended most of these discounts to India. A majority of its phones are already available at a reduced rate via online outlets, so expect further drops to happen on e-commerce sites. The 32GB iPhone 7 has gone from Rs 56200 to Rs 49000, while its 128GB iteration has fallen from Rs 65200 to Rs 58000.
The 32GB and 128GB iPhone 7 Plus now retail at Rs 59000 and Rs 68000, respectively. Things get even more affordable when looking at the iPhone 6S. The 32GB and 128GB models are set to be sold at Rs 40000 and Rs 49000, correspondingly. The iPhone 6S Plus will burn Rs 49000 and Rs 58000-sized holes in your pocket, respectively.
Strangely enough, Apple hasn’t changed the price of the iPhone SE in India. You’ll still have to pay Rs 26000 (32GB) or Rs 35000 (128GB) for it. Perhaps the brand has bigger plans for it considering it’s the focus of the company’s Make in India venture.