Apple fans in NCR, if you have been wanting to buy the latest-generation iPhone for some today’s just the right day.
Some iWorld stores in the city are offering the 32GB variant of iPhone 7 at just Rs 39,990. The original price of the smartphone is Rs 60,000. These iWorld stores are the ones located in Khan Market (New Delhi), Aerocity (Gurugram) and Logix City Center (Noida). And please note, the offer is valid only today (April 13).
Apart from the iPhone 7, these three stores are also offering the MacBook Air (Model number: MMGF2HN/A) at Rs 49,990. That’s a discount of Rs 30,910 over the laptop’s original price of Rs 80,900. The discount on the MacBook Air is also valid only for today.
It’s also worth mentioning that the Product (Red) versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are also available at these three iWorld stores.
However, it is advisable that interested buyers check with the stores once before heading out to buy these devices. As there’s also chance that they may have gone of stock at some stores. iWorld store in Noida told that the iPhone 7 are now out of stock at the store. They claimed that they had some 200 units of the smartphone which are all sold now. The store is, however, offering the 256GB variant of iPhone 7 at a discount of Rs 17,000. The original price of iPhone 7 variant with 256GB storage is Rs 80,000. On top of that, if you make this purchase through an Axis bank credit card, you get an additional cashback of Rs 7,000. HDFC and ICICI bank credit cardholders can buy the smartphone at 0% EMI, spread over 6 or 12 months.
Earlier this week, the recently-launched Red colour variants of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus got listed on Amazon India and Infibeam websites. The special edition Product Red iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones come with exactly the same set of specifications as their variants that launched in September last year. These phones join iPhone 7 finishes in Jet Black, Black, Silver, Gold and Rose Gold.
The new iPhones are part of the company’s Red initiative, which funds programmes that combat HIV and AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.