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The Apple iPhone XR will be available for a starting price of Rs 59,900 for the base 64GB model, down from its launch price of Rs 76,900. The 128GB and 256GB models of the iPhone XR also receive discounts and will be sold at Rs 64,900 and Rs 74,900 respectively.
Cashify in partnership with Redington, Ingram and Rashi Peripherals have also announced some exchange offer, where users can own an iPhone XR at an effective cost of Rs 1,999 per month using Axis Bank cards and Citi Credit Cards.
The Apple iPhone XR is available at a starting at Rs 70,500 for the 64GB variant.
The update weighs in at 377MB for the iPhone XR but will vary across different iPhones. iOS 12.1.1 brings support for additional carriers on dual SIM iPhones and also Haptic Touch on the iPhone XR, allowing users the ability to expand notifications by long pressing on the screen.
Apple is facing a lower-than-expected demand for not just the iPhone XR but also the flagship iPhone XS and XS Max. This has forced Apple to minimise manufacturing operations for its entire 2018 iPhone lineup that made its debut no longer than two months ago.
The foundation for the existence of the iPhone XR came from the fact that more number of users hoped to buy an older iPhone when a newer one released. This was evident when Apple had to ramp up the production of the iPhone 7 when iPhone 8 released, thus making it rethink its pricing strategy to develop the iPhone XR.
The iPhone XR is now available in India in three configurations - 64GB, 128GB and 256GB which can be purchased for Rs 76,900, Rs 81,900 and Rs 91,900 respectively. The “affordable” iPhone is available in six different colours - Coral, Yellow, Blue, (Product) Red, Black and White.
Customers will be able to pre-order iPhone and iPhone XS Max beginning September 21 while the pre-order for the iPhone XR will begin October 19 on Airtel Online Store.
All three iPhones come with a single physical nano-SIM slot and an eSIM which will allow users to use more than one carrier off their device. Airtel and Reliance Jio will be the two operators to support eSIMs in India and will be able to offer their solutions once Apple seeds an update to the new iPhones.
Does it really make any sense to buy a new Apple iPhone XR when you can buy smartphones, which comes loaded with some pretty interesting features, for your whole family?