While no official price cut for the iPhone SE has been announce by Apple India - the 16GB variant still has a MRP of Rs. 39,000, and the 64GB variant of Rs. 44,000 - Gadgets 360 understands Apple distributors have been aggressively discounting the iPhone SE recently, and the latest offer is part of a push to clock in additional revenue before the close of the financial year. With the smaller and cheaper variant getting a further price cut, Apple must be expecting a huge market in India.
The 16GB variant of the iPhone SE had been selling for Rs 29,990. Other than that, the iPhone SE also comes with Siri assistant, lighting connector, a microphone and a 1624 mAh battery which Apple claims can offer battery back up of up to 14 hours on 3G networks.
This special price is after Rs 5,000 Cashback and this offer only on card purchase.
Whereas, Debit cards users of Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, HSBC, ICICI Bank, IndusInd Bank, Kotak, RBL Bank, Standard Chartered, and Yes Bank can also avail this offer. The cashback will be posted back "within 90 days". Similarly, the 64GB model of the iPhone SE, was sold for Rs 36,000.More news: Tragedy! Tree kills 20, injures 30 revelers at Kintampo Waterfall
The phone has a 4-inch screen and full-metal body.
The iPhone SE was launched in March past year. Despite being a smaller smartphone, it boasts the A9 processor and 12MP iSight camera, which includes Apple's dual-tone flash and the ability to shoot 4K videos.
American multinational technology company Apple's iPhone SE is now available for as low as Rs 19,999 through the company's authorized offline sellers. According to ET News, the device will feature a "water drop design" on all edges, wrapping around the rear of the phone and giving it an even softer aesthetic than that of the iPhone 6, 6s, and 7. The phone also features the TouchID fingerprint scanner as well as support for Apple Pay.