New Delhi: Apple iPhone 14 is being sold at a discount of Rs 11,901 on Flipkart during the ongoing Big Bachat Dhamaal sale. Currently available at Rs 71,999, buyers will get additional bank offers that will reduce the price. This applies to both 128GB and 256GB of internal storage
Apple iPhone 14 Sale on Flipkart
On Flipkart, the iPhone 14 is selling for Rs 71,999. Customers will also get banking offers up to Rs 4,000 on HDFC Bank credit and debit cards. In addition, buyers will also get 5% cashback on Flipkart Axis Bank card will get 5% cashback.
After redeeming the offers, the 128GB storage variant will be available at an effective price of Rs 67,999, while the higher-end variant will cost you Rs 77,999.
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Buyers can also opt for an exchange offer where they can get up to Rs 23,000 on old smartphones depending on the model. Notably, if your old phone is an iPhone, you’ll get better resale value than Android smartphones.
Apple iPhone 14 specifications
The Apple iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch liquid Retina display and is powered by the A15 Bionic chipset. The smartphone runs on the latest version of iOS 16.
For photography, it comes with a dual 12MP camera system on the back. The Apple iPhone 14 is available in 128GB and 256GB storage variants. The iPhone is available in black, white, pink, red and blue.
For the uninitiated, Apple recently launched its second-gen HomePod at Rs 32,900. It is now available for purchase in India on Apple’s online store in Midnight and White color variants.
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Interested buyers can also buy the second generation HomePod for a monthly EMI of Rs 5,742. In addition, the company is offering a six-month Apple Music subscription to all buyers with the purchase of a new HomePod.
Powered by the S7 chip, the Apple HomePod comes with a 4-inch high-frequency woofer, a powerful motor that drives a 20mm diaphragm, and an array of five tweeters with a horn driver, each tweeter having its own neodymium magnet.
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