Apple has lowered the price of its iPhone 13 handsets and its new iPad and iPad mini tablets to coincide with the release of the Apple Watch Series 7. The new iPhone 13 series offers increased battery life, more camera settings, and more excellent storage in addition to the smartphone’s chipset upgrade. Since then, the iPhone 13 small is $69,900, and the iPhone 13 is $79,990, respectively. On the other hand, the latter is currently on sale for 55,900 in honor of the holiday season.
According to a source, customers interested in the new iPhone 13 model might get a significant discount, cutting the price down by 24,000 during the Diwali sale. There is a low price for the iPhone 13 that can be obtained through the official reseller of the company in the country after retail discounts, cashback options, and an exchange incentive are applied.
According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman in his weekly newsletter, “Power On,” customers wishing to upgrade their outdated iPhone or Android smartphone should move quickly because the worldwide chip scarcity appears to have finally caught up with Apple. It’s still unknown if the shortage will affect the supply of iPhones going forward, but the iPhone 13 has almost too good of an offer to pass upon at the current pricing.
The iPhone 13 is equipped with Apple’s A15 Bionic chipset, the fastest smartphone chip currently on the market. The phone has 4G and 5G connectivity, a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display, up to 128GB of storage, and twin 12MP wide and ultrawide cameras on the back, as well as a 12MP selfie camera on the front. A 3240mAh battery powers the gadget, which runs iOS 15 and can be charged at 20W via cable charging or 15W via MagSafe wireless charging using Apple’s new Quick Charge 3.0 technology.