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Airtel, Apple to bring iPhone 3Gs to India

iPhone 3Gs is the latest iPhone model by Apple and the company claims it to be the fastest among all the variants.

Bharti Airtel and Apple have entered into an agreement to launch iPhone 3Gs in India in the coming months. iPhone 3Gs is the latest iPhone model by Apple and the company claims it to be the fastest among all the variants. It features video recording, voice control and up to 32 GB of storage.
At present, there are three models of the iPhone: iPhone 3G – 8 GB in black colour and iPhone 3Gs – 16 GB as well as iPhone 3Gs – 32 GB in black and white colours.
According to a press statement by Airtel, the iPhone 3Gs handset will soon be available at Airtel stores. The company did not comment on the price of the handset.
Apple sells its earlier model, iPhone 3G, with Airtel also. It is presently available in India at Rs 31,000 for 8GB and Rs 36,100 for 16GB. The company claims Apple iPhone 3Gs to be faster and more powerful than iPhone 3G. iPhone 3G is not available in 32 GB unlike iPhone 3Gs. iPhone 3Gs comes with a 3 megapixels camera along with autofocus and video recording. It also has features like built in video camera with editing, voice control, compass, which are not present in iPhone 3G. The internet services that can be done through the iPhone 3Gs include web browsing, e-mail and Wi-Fi connectivity.
iPhone 3Gs was launched by Apple in USA in June 2009 and currently costs $199 (Rs 9,000) with operator AT&T’s data tariff plan.
Apple iPhone and iPhone 3Gs are currently availble in 94 countries and will soon be launched in Equatorial Guinea and Guinea-Bissau. The company sold 8.7 million iPhones in October-December 2009 quarter, as per its first quarter results released in January 2010.

 

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