The price reduction is to the tune of Rs 2,000.
"We have reduced the prices of iPhone 4 and 4S, which is in line with our pricing strategy internationally," an Apple spokesperson told 'The Mobile Indian'.
Asked about whether this is a clearance sale spokesperson said, "This is our product line and we will continue to sell the iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 whenever that is launched. Only iPhone 3GS has been discontinued."
While the online retailers like Saholic are already selling the phones at reduced prices, the offline retailers are likely to start offering the new prices in 2-3 days.
Apple spokesperson also told The Mobile Indian, "Apple has appointed Ingram Micro as a retailer for large format retailers and Redington, for distributing through regional channels, for our iPhone business."
Gliimpse basically collects data from different medical portals and combine it with the self-entered data all without any human interference.
According to MacRumours, Apple has informed all its retail stores to drop the word 'Store'.
The MacBook Pro, however, is not tipped to be announced on the iPhone launch event to be held on September 7.
With the next year being iPhone's 10th anniversary, these rumours look authentic.
The smartphone is now up for pre-order on Caviar official website.
After a lot of user complaints about low internal storage, Apple is also likely to dump 16GB memory option.
The tech giant might as well introduce an improved version of the original one along with second version.
In recent past, many incidents of phone blasts due to overheating have come to light in which users were often criticised for using devices while charging.
Apple launched the first ever iPhone in 2007 and till now has launched 13 models.
As per a report, the Apple iPhone 7 to be the cheaper among the three and its price to start from Rs 53,000 approximately.