New Delhi: In what may turn out to be a glad news for iPhone 6s and 6s Plus beaus, the US tech mammoth Apple has cut the costs of these gadgets by Rs 22,000, market sources said.
Apple iPhone 6S (128GB variation) which was prior evaluated at Rs 82,000, will now be accessible at Rs 60,000 after a value drop of Rs 22,000.
With the same value cut, the iPhone 6s Plus (128GB variation) will now be accessible at 70,000, the sources told Media, however there was no official affirmation from Apple.
Apple's 4-inch cell phone iPhone SE, which was propelled in March this year, likewise got a value cut. The 64GB rendition of iPhone SE, accessible for Rs 49,000, will now be accessible at Rs 44,000.
As of late, Apple's iPhone 6s was evaluated as the world's top-offering cell phone model in the second quarter of 2016. The US mammoth at present records for two of the three top-offering gadgets transported around the world.
Apple sent 14.2 million units and represented four for each penny offer of all cell phones delivered worldwide in second quarter of 2016, said statistical surveying firm Strategy Analytics.
The Apple iPhone 6 sent 8.5 million units worldwide for second position and two for every penny marketshare amid second quarter of 2016, trailed by Samsung Galaxy S7 edge in third place with 8.3 million and two for each penny offer.
Apple dispatched iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus furnished with 3D Touch innovation in India in October a year ago.
Both the cell phones highlight 64-bit A9 chipset, 12MP iSight camera and 2GB of RAM.