Apple iPhone 15 prices in India are unbelievable! Know price and special features

It has been a long wait for the Apple users who were waiting for the iPhone 15 to be launched and guess what, it’s finally here! Yes, the iPhone 15 series was launched at the Apple event that took place on Tuesday. The series will be available in the market from September 22 onwards for which the prices have also been unveiled. However, there is a huge difference in the price in India when compared to other counties. Prices of the high-end models is even more compared to the previous series.

Before the price reveal, there were speculations that the prices would be higher in the US market which was proved wrong in the event. Meanwhile, the prices have gone up in India. It has become Rs 5,000 plus for iPhone 15 pro and for pro max by Rs 20,000 Here are the prices of iPhone 15 models in India. The price of iPhone 15 is Rs 79,900, for iPhone 15 plus it is Rs 89,900. Whereas, the price of iPhone 15 pro is Rs 1,34,900 and the price of iPhone 15 pro max is Rs 1,59,900. On the other hand, Apple is giving a discount of Rs 5,000 on using HDFC cards.

As for the features, the models come with a A17 Pro Chip as well as a three nm chip with 19 billion transistors. Meanwhile, Apple has introduced the USB-type C charging port in the iPhone 15 series models leaving behind the Lightning port. Along with this, Apple has also revealed that, the iPhone 15 models are capable of reverse charging. Which means that the users can charge their airpods and Apple watch through their iphone 15 smartphone models.

There are many special features in iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max among which one is it’s lightweight yet strong Titanium design. Now what is special about this alloy is that, it is also used in spacecrafts. This metal is strong yet lightweight which makes the Apple’s lightest Pro lineup ever. Previously, Apple used to use glossy stainless steel frame for its models. Apple has also integrated precision dual frequency GPS which supports NavIc (Navigation With Indian Constellation) among others. The NavIc was developed by Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO.

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