iPhone XS, iPhone XR, iPhone X get up to Rs 16900 cheaper on Amazon

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Amazon India has begun a week-long Apple Fest on its site, so you have until December 14 to grab an iPhone, MacBook, iPad, Apple Watch, or Beats headphones at a discount. The sale comes on the heels of the two mega-corporations announcing a deal where the retailer will sell official Apple products directly from authorized resellers.

Starting with the 64GB iPhone XS, the device is selling at Rs 99403, a measly Rs 497 cheaper than before. Still, there’s an exchange deal worth Rs 16000 around, plus No Cost EMI options. The 64GB iPhone XS Max gets a more substantial Rs 5000 off and is now available at Rs 104900.

iPhone XR, iPhone X Price Cuts

Then there’s the 64GB iPhone XR. The colorful “budget” iPhone is Rs 2000 cheaper at Rs 74900. As for the 64GB iPhone X, the year-old flagship is open to buyers at Rs 74999, a hefty Rs 16901 cut. This appears to be a limited-period deal, so you’d better hurry if you’re interested.

The 64GB iPhone 8 and 64GB iPhone 8 Plus are up next. The former has dropped by Rs 12641 down to Rs 54999, while the latter has fallen by Rs 12561 down to Rs 64999. 2016’s 32GB iPhone 7 and 32GB iPhone 7 Plus are up next. The first goes for Rs 33999, Rs 18371 less than before. Its Plus variant ups the rate to Rs 51799, a Rs 11041 difference.

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Coming to the truly budget iPhones, the 32GB iPhone 6S costs Rs 24999 and the 32GB iPhone 6S Plus costs Rs 41290. The 32GB iPhone 6 is even more affordable at Rs 20999. The 32GB iPhone SE is the least expensive of all at just Rs 18699.

Interestingly, Apple’s brand new 2018 MacBook Air has gotten a discount as well. The laptop is officially priced at Rs 114900, but it’s up for grabs at Rs 105900 on Amazon India. It’s still extremely expensive though. The 2017 MacBook Pro might be a better choice since it costs Rs 99990 after a Rs 19910 cut.

You can check out the rest of Amazon India’s Apple Fest here.