Apple dominates the premium smartphone sales in India and the company is focused on expanding its presence in India after it announced to start taking online orders from mid or late 2020 and open an Official Store in 2021 possibly in Mumbai.
Meanwhile, the company has decided to give a soft hike to some of its devices in India to adjust the increase in basic customs duty (BCD) rate announced in the Union Budget 2020 and the withdrawal of earlier exemption from BCD under the Social Welfare Surcharge.
|Model||New Price (Rs.)||Old Price (Rs.)|
|iPhone 11 Pro Max (64GB)||1,11,200||1,09,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 11 Pro Max (256GB)||1,25,200||1,23,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 11 Pro Max (512GB)||1,43,200||1,41,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 11 Pro (64GB)||1,01,200||99,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 11 Pro (256GB)||1,15,200||1,13,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 11 Pro (512GB)||1,33,200||1,31,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 8 Plus (64GB)||50,600||49,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 8 Plus (128GB)||55,600||54,900|
|iPhone 8 (64GB)||40,500||39,900||Buy Now|
|iPhone 8 (128GB)||45,500||44,900|
The prices of iPhone 11 hasn’t been changed while the iPhone XR and the iPhone 7 remains the same as both the devices are assembled locally in the country through Foxconn and Wistron, respectively.