Price detailing for iPhone 6
The 16 GB version of the iPhone 6 will start at Rs 53,500. The 64 GB version will start at Rs 62,500 and the 128 GB version will start at Rs 71,500. The iPhone 6 Plus 16GB starts at Rs 62,500. The 64GB version will start at Rs 71,500. Last but certainly not least, the 128GB version will start at Rs 80,500. Both models will be sold by distributors Redington, Ingram Micro, Reliance, and Rashi Peripherals.
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Both new phones will be available in India starting Friday October 17th. Interested customers can pre-order the phone starting Tuesday October 7th. Prior to the official announcement, vendors started to offer premium smartphones through e-commerce.
A case for iPhone 6 Plus
In other Apple related news, a new report from ZDNet’s Adrian Kingsley-Hughes indicates the iPhone 6 Plus is seriously worth consideration. The biggest draw regarding this smartphone is size. Although both iPhone 6 devices got nice size upgrades, the larger device offers more room to work with. It boasts a 5.5 inch display that leaves plenty of room for reading, creating documents, editing documents, and communicating. A large screen also makes for more accurate typing.
Kingsley-Hughes also stresses that he uses his iPhone 6 Plus more than his iPad or Kindle Fire HDX. He feels the larger smartphone meets all his needs and will subsequently replace tablet use. His praise for the new device does not end there. He also mentioned the impressive battery life than enables him to use the device for an entire day on one charge. He can get a lot of heavy usage from the iPhone 6 Plus with just one charge, and that is a feat. Other positive points he included in his report include robust design (contrary to recent Bendgate reports), solid built-in software, and strong security.