Apple Inc announced that the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus models, which have already sold more than 13 million units, all set to enter the Indian market on October 16.
Apple’s distribution partners Ingram Micro have now confirmed that the new iPhones will be sold in more than 2,500 retail locations across more than 80 cities across the country. The phone will go on sale at 12 am on 16 October (Friday).
For the first time, iPhone models are coming to India within 25 days of their launch in the US retail market. It is also worth noting that this is the fastest time that the iPhone has ever come to India. Interestingly, details about the iPhone pricing are also trickling through.
Price Baba has revealed that the iPhone 6S is set to become expensive. It posted the price of the new iPhones on its site. The 16GB iPhone 6S allegedly will cost Rs 62,000, while the 64GB and 128GB models will cost Rs 72,000 and Rs 82,000, respectively.
The iPhone 6S Plus, which has a larger and sharper display and is slated to be even more expensive. The 16GB model is said to cost Rs 72,000, while the 64GB and 128 GB models will reportedly cost Rs 82,000 and Rs 92,000, respectively.
Apple is also using a new flash technology for the front camera, whereas the flash is the screen itself. The phone runs on Apple’s latest mobile operating system iOS 9, which has a number of privacy centric features, a better Siri voice assistant and a new adaptive assistant called the proactive assistant.
As for new features in the new iPhones come with a faster processor, more RAM and higher resolution 12-megapixel and 5-megapixel cameras on the front and back.