iPhone 13 is now avaialble at a discounted price from Rs 52,390: Know more

by Lingraj Sahu

Apple iPhone 13 series was launched in September last year. In the Amazon sale, the iPhone 13 smartphone has been made available for sale at a discount of Rs 21,600. The dual rear camera of 12 megapixels has been given in the phone.

If you want to buy iPhone 13 smartphone, there is a good chance for you. Because a huge discount offer is being offered by Amazon on buying the iPhone 13 smartphone. Due to which customers can buy iPhone 13 for just Rs 52,390. This includes exchange offer along with banking offer. iPhone 13 smartphone is being given three storage options 128 GB, 256 GB storage 512 GB storage option. Let’s know the complete details about it.

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iPhone 13 Disount and Offers

In this Amazon discount offer, an offer is being made to buy the iPhone 13 smartphone at an instant discount of Rs 6000. Bank cards on which discount offers of up to Rs 6000 are available include ICICI Bank, SBI Credit Card, Amazon Pay, ICICI Bank Credit Card and Kotak Bank Card. Apart from this, a maximum discount of Rs 15,600 is being given in the exchange offer. In this way, a total discount of Rs 21,600 is being given. In this way, the 128 GB model of iPhone 13 coming for Rs 73,990 can be purchased for Rs 52,390.

The same iPhone model coming for Rs 81,990 will be able to buy for Rs 60,390. Whereas 512 GB variants of 1,04,900 can be purchased for Rs 83,300.

Specifications of iPhone 13

The 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display support has been provided in the iPhone 13 smartphone. Face ID 2.0 support has been given in the phone. The iPhoe 13 smartphone sports a 12-megapixel dual-camera setup similar to the iPhone 13 Mini. True depth 12 megapixel camera has been given for selfie. Many amazing camera modes have been given in the phone including cinematic. The phone comes with Apple A15 Bionic chipset support. The phone has a 3,095mAh battery, which will support 25W fast charging.

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Made in India iPhone 13

iPhone 13 is all set to be produced in India starting April. The iPhone 13 will be produced at Apple’s Foxconn plant in Chennai. The same Foxconn Plant, which was mired in controversies over ill-treatment of its employees. Apple was originally scheduled to start producing the iPhone 13 in India in January but could not do so as the Foxconn Plant was put on probation.

Things now seemed to be fine at Foxconn’s end as the company, has now resolved the issues that bothered the employees. As per the Business Standard report, iPhone 13 production will start at the Foxconn plant in Sriperumbudur near Chennai from April. The iPhone 13 production will start seven months after the phone was launched in India in September last year. Apple is expected to start commercial production of the iPhone 13 for domestic as well as export markets.

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Now if you are wondering whether the price of the iPhone 13 will go down once Apple starts producing the smartphone in India, you will be in for a little heartbreak. That is because Apple does not fine-tune the pricing strategy for a local market even if it produces the phone in that particular country. That is because Apple has a set global pricing strategy that it does not tamper with.

Apple will not locally source components, so there is very little chance of the price of the phone going down in India. However, there may not be a shortage of supply as such in India considering Apple will start producing the iPhone 13 locally soon.

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