The iPhone 13 is listed on Amazon with a flat discount of Rs 9,000 and the iPhone SE models are available at a lower price.
- The iPhone SE (2020) model is listed on Flipkart for as low as Rs 29,999.
- The iPhone SE (2022) model is also available at a lower price.
- The iPhone 12 is selling on Amazon for Rs 53,999.
The iPhone 14 series event is just a few weeks away, and we have already started witnessing discounts of a few older iPhones. The iPhone 13 is listed on Amazon with a flat discount of Rs 9,000 and the iPhone SE models are available at a lower price. The deals are available on different e-commerce platforms. If you are interested in knowing about the latest iPhone deals, then keep reading to know more.
But, users will get good basic performance and camera experience. Earlier this year, Apple unveiled the iPhone SE (2022) model, which is priced higher. But, you are getting 5G support as well as a more powerful A15 chipset, which is also powering the iPhone 13 series. The same chip is also said to power the upcoming iPhone 14 (standard) model. The new version also offers slightly better camera shots and battery life.
The iPhone SE (2022) model will cost you a lot more, but the good thing is this one is available at a sightly lower price. The device is selling on Flipkart with a starting price of Rs 41,900, down from Rs 43,900. This basically means that customers are getting a discount of Rs 2,000. There is no bank offer, but you can get up to Rs 19,000 off on the exchange of your old smartphone. The exchange amount is calculated on the basis of your phone’s condition.
Do keep in mind that both the iPhone SE models have the same 4.7-inch screen, which is very compact. If you want a bigger screen and overall better experience, then you can also consider buying the iPhone 12. But, you will have to close to 50,000. The amount could be less than this if you avail the exchange offer, which is a discount of up to Rs 12,750. The device is listed on Amazon for Rs 53,999, which is for the 64GB storage model.
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