Apple has officially raised the prices of its current flagship smartphones, the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max in India. The hike in price tag arrived after the Indian Government increased the Basic Custom Duty rates (BCD) after the newly recent union budget was publicly announced.
The iPhone 11 Pro series wasn’t the only device affected as the iPhone 8 series prices have moreover been affected. Especially, additional Apple smartphones like the iPhone XR and iPhone 7 prices will not be affected like the Cupertino based giant has been assembling Those models locally within India through its known manufacturers Foxconn and Wistron.
Furthermore, iPhone 11 prices will Additionally remain unchanged as the company determined to absorb the price tag after the increased customs duty. Apple’s other product offerings like the prices of the Apple Watch, Mac and iPads are unaffected like effectively. So now, the iPhone 11 Pro Max 64GB version is valued at 1,11,200 INR while the 256GB variant is offered at 1,25,000 INR and 512GB version ships at 1,43,200 INR. Previously, the model started from 1,09,900 INR in India.
Similarly, the iPhone 11 Pro 64GB variant is presently valued at 1,01,200 INR even though the 256GB variant currently sells for 1,15,200 INR and 512GB carries a value tag of 1,33,200 INR. The smartphone was originally offered at 99,900 INR. Lastly, the iPhone 8 Plus 64GB variant will with no sell for 50,600 INR and its 128GB version be valued at 55,600 INR. The base iPhone 8 64GB currently costs 40,500 and the 128GB variant is currently sold for 45,500.
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Hence a value hike varying from 1,300 to 700 INR can be observed in the aforementioned Apple iPhones. In 2019, Apple saw one of its perfect performances in India as it finished sith in Q4 of 2019. Its the highest ranking the company has ever reported on because of 2013, according to Canalys. Apple sold more than 925,000 iPhones in the final quarter which is nearly double that of the exact quarter from the previous year.