The iPhone 13 is officially available for purchase in India, and sales will begin today, September 24. For the first time, Apple is making the new iPhones available in India, which is included in the initial wave of nations to receive the devices.
All four iPhone models – the iPhone 13, the iPhone 13 mini, the iPhone 13 Pro, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max – will be available both online and in stores starting from today (24 September).
If you’re debating whether you should update to the all-new iPhone 13 or not, this article should be of assistance, since it discusses all previous model users and their experiences with the device. In the meanwhile, each and everyone who is currently using an iPhone 11 or earlier device should seriously consider upgrading to the new iPhone 13 series, which has significant changes both inside and externally in both the design and functionality departments.
Apple has also offered trade-in deals, under which the iPhone 13 will be significantly less expensive on the company’s webshop if you have an old iPhone to turn in.
Apple has a tradition of providing its new iPhones with attractive rebate incentives, and this year is no exception. You may earn a rebate of Rs 6,000 on HDFC Bank cards, which can be used for both outright purchases and installment payments if you intend on purchasing the iPhone 13. Aside from that, Ingram Micro and Redington, the authorized distributors in India, are also providing clients with a Rs 3,000 exchange incentive should they opt to replace their old smartphone for the new iPhone 13.
For example, if you already own an iPhone XR 64GB, you may upgrade to the new iPhone 13 for as little as Rs 55,900 (about). It works like this: the iPhone 13 128GB is available in India for Rs 79,900 and with the HDFC Bank cashback offer, the price drops to Rs 73,900, making it a great value. When applying for the exchange offer, the total cost, including the exchange incentive, comes down to RS 55,900 (about).
When using the exchange offer to acquire the new iPhone 13 Pro, the beginning price of Rs 119,900 may be reduced to as low as Rs 96,900, bringing the total cost of the phone down to Rs 96,900. What is the procedure for carrying out this agreement? The iPhone Pro price may be reduced to Rs 114,900 after applying for the Rs 5,000 cashback offer from HDFC Bank, thanks to the cashback offer. On top of that, the iPhone XR 64GB exchange deal will provide you with an additional Rs 18,000 in savings.
An EMI option with no interest charges on the iPhone 13 series is also available for up to 24 months on select models. This implies that the iPhone 13 may be had for as little as Rs 3,329 per month, depending on the plan chosen.
If you intend to purchase the new iPhones through the company’s online shop, you will be able to take advantage of excellent trade-in deals, however, you will not be eligible for any cashback incentives.
To give you an idea of how much the iPhone 13 mini costs in India, the 128GB variant starts at Rs 69,900 and goes up to Rs 99,900 for the 512GB configuration. For the 128GB variant, the iPhone 13 starts at Rs 79,900 and goes up to Rs 109,900 for the 512GB model. The iPhone 13 Pro pricing in India, on the other hand, starts at Rs 119,900 for the 128GB model and goes up to Rs 169,900 for the 1TB variant. Starting at Rs 129,900 for the 128GB variant and rising to Rs 179,900 for the 1TB model, the iPhone 13 Pro Max is a premium device.
In addition, it’s worth mentioning that online shipments for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have been delayed by up to four weeks, which means that if you want to get your hands on the new Pro model, you may have to wait until the end of October.