This might be the right time to invest in the iPhone 14 as the newly launched iPhone model has received its first big price cut in India. Launched in September alongside the iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, the iPhone 14 is a successor to last year’s iPhone 13. The new iPhone 14 can be bought for around Rs 57,000 on e-commerce platform Amazon India.
The Apple iPhone 14 is the cheapest among the lot launched this year and comes at a starting price of Rs 79,900 for the 128GB storage variant. However, it can be purchased for around Rs 57,000, if coupled with the right offers on Amazon.in. The e-commerce site is offering iPhone 14 at a starting price of Rs 78,400 for the 128GB storage variant and offering a discount worth Rs 5,000 to HDFC Bank credit and debit card holders.
Amazon India is also offering exchange offers under which the iPhone 14 can be bought at an additional discount offer of Rs 16,300. However, to avail of the exchange offer, the device being exchanged has to be in a good condition and should fulfil the online platform’s requirements. Once applied, the exchange offer will decrease the price of the iPhone 14 to Rs 57,100.
To recall, the iPhone 14 comes with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display and it comes in five colourways: midnight, blue, starlight, purple and red colour options. It is powered by the A15 Bionic chipset and runs on the newest iOS 16. In terms of imaging, there’s a 12MP primary lens with a larger sensor and larger pixels, and for selfies, there’s a 12MP front TrueDepth camera with an f/1.9 aperture.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro has been reported to be out of stock in the country due to huge demand. Apple’s authorised retail stores were reported to be running out of stock for the iPhone 14 Pro model a few weeks ago and Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State For Electronics and IT had said he has spoken to iPhone maker Apple about the situation and that there has been a surge in demand for the iPhone 14 Pro. He also said that Apple is working on the supply chain constraints.