With the recent cut, now retailers are offering iPhone SE for as low as Rs 24,999, coupled with the Rs 5,000 cash back dropping the effective price to as low as Rs 19,999.
Lastly, The iPhone SE runs on iOS 9 operating system out of the box and is upgradable to iOS 10. This means the 16GB variant will take on OnePlus 2 (Rs 19,999 for 16GB ROM, 3GB RAM), LeEco Le Max 2 (Rs 19,899), Xiaomi Mi Max Prime (Rs 19,999), Moto M (Rs 17,999 for 64GB ROM, 4GB RAM), Asus Zenfone 3 (Rs 18,999) and other devices priced under Rs 20,000. But, in September, the company had announced a price of Rs 5000.
The cash back offer on the iPhone SE was announced first on Friday, and it will continue till March 31. These special prices are part of the ongoing "iPhone SE cash back offer" where customers are being offered Rs. 5,000 cash back on purchase of an iPhone SE if the transaction is completed using a credit or debit card. However, retailers are now selling both the variants with Rs 5,000 cash back on purchase using a credit or debit card, taking the prices to a new low. Only a unit per card is allowed and there is no EMI option. The same also claims that it approached Apple distributors in the country that confirmed the price change.
The iPhone 6 32GB which started selling in India only earlier this month on Amazon, is now going to be available offline as well.
In Balogh's iPhone 8 concept, the dynamic background comes in handy when you ask Siri a question, as the virtual assistant will be able to recognize landmarks and locations around you to tell you what you need to know.
Underneath the hood, iPhone SE is powered by Apple's A9 Chip which is built in 64 bit architecture and has the M9 motion co-processor. With a 2GB RAM, 12-megapixel iSight rear camera and a 1.2-megapixel front camera, the phone is powered by a 1,715mAh battery.