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Hot deal: Apple's iPhone SE at Rs. 19999 in India

21 March 2017, 01:52 | Justin Tyler

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This price cut is not yet officially announced by Apple, but only Apple distributors are promoting this huge discount. This means, you won't get iPhone SE for Rs 19,999 online.

The cash back offer on the iPhone SE was first made available on Friday, and will be available till March 31. Consumers should also know that the offer of Rs 5,000 cashback is not available for American Express debit cards.

This special price is after Rs 5,000 Cashback and this offer only on card purchase. There is nothing official about it but the price in all probability will have blessings of the Apple India. The following backs are: Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, HSBC, ICICI Bank, Indusind Bank, Kotak, RBL Bank, SBI, Standard Chartered, UBI, and Yes Bank.


Cash back will be posted back to the card "within 90 days", and Gadgets 360 understands only one iPhone can be purchased per card under this offer. The 64GB version costs Rs 25,999. Probably the less pricing would also help Apple to see a big market for iPhone SE in India. This is an interesting phone with a design that is similar to that of the iPhone 5S but with the hardware that was closer to that of the iPhone 6S. Earlier the iPhone SE (16GB) was sold at Rs 29,990, while the iPhone SE (16GB) came with a price tag of Rs 36,000.

Apple iPhone SE features a 4-inch display and it is powered by A9 chipset coupled with M9 motion coprocessor. It sports a fingerprint scanner, 12-megapixel iSight camera, featuring Live Photos and faster wireless as well as Apple Pay. This camera can record 4K videos as well as full HD and HD videos. It comes with "Hey Siri" feature and runs on iOS 10. It is reported that the proposed plant will assemble the iPhone SE to start with and it is expected to begin between April and June.



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