Apple’s holiday sale starts on September 26. What to expect

Tech giant Apple has announced its festive sale which would start from September 26, which is Monday. The Apple India Store has shared a teaser on its website for users, sparking massive speculation about what the deals this festive season would be like.

The Cupertino-based tech giant hasn’t revealed any deals or other details, but there’s speculation it could give away AirPods Pro like the year before, the Hindustan Times business website Livemint reported. . However, this time AirPods could be offered for free with iPhone 13 models.

Last year, Apple gave away free AirPods with iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini during its festive sale. Apple’s iPhone 13 launched last year with a starting price of 79,900 which was later reduced to 69,900 with the launch of the iPhone 14 series.

The ongoing Amazon Great Indian Festival sale and the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale offered huge discounts on smartphones. This phone is listed at a discounted price of 57,990 on Flipkart. There is also an exchange discount offered up to 16,900 on older iPhones and Android phones. There is also a 5% cashback for Flipkart Axis Bank credit card users, according to the Mint report.

On the other hand, the iPhone 12 (64 GB) is sold for 42,999 during the Amazon sale. Customers can save more money by using an SBI Bank card or debit card to get an additional instant cashback of up to 3,000 which includes the bonus reduction. Thus, the effective price of the iPhone 12 may go down to 39,999.

During his “Far Out” event on September 7, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled several high-end products, including the flagship iPhone 14 series. The new series includes the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. He also unveiled Apple Watch 8 and AirPods Pro 2.

Amazon and Flipkart sales will end on September 30. However, they could be extended as in previous years.


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