Apple iPhone SE now available in India starting at just Rs 19999

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The interesting part is, Apple has already officially discontinued iPhone 6 in the country and iPhone SE is the cheapest variant of the phone post which we directly have the iPhone 6s.

It looks like Apple has cut the price of the iPhone SE in India.

The iPhone SE offer for cashback offer kicked of on Friday and will be available till March 31.

It is pertinent to note that Rs 5,000 cash back is applicable on credit cards and debit cards from the following banks only: HSBC, ICICI Bank, Indusind Bank, Kotak, RBL Bank, SBI, Standard Chartered, UBI, Axis Bank, Citibank, HDFC Bank, and Yes Bank. Just before this, Apple has also announced Rs 5000 cash back on the purchase of iPhone SE by a debit or credit card.

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Apple India is, however, yet to issue an official confirmation on the same. The offer is valid only from March 17 until the end of the month, and the assured amount will be credited on the card used within 90 days from the date of purchase. The 64GB version costs Rs 25,999.

The phone has a 4-inch screen and full-metal body.

Apple had released the iPhone SE launched nearly exactly a year ago, with the India launch happening in early April. The 16GB iPhone SE had been going for between Rs. 27,000 and Rs. 29,000 recently, and now retailers are offering it for as low as Rs. 24,999, with the Rs. 5,000 cash back dropping the effective price to Rs. 19,999. The smartphone sports a 12MP rear camera and supports 4K video recording at 30fps. This could also indicate that the company might be trying to bring out a brand new version of the iPhone this year. Apple is also developing a feature that would make it possible to overlay virtual effects and objects onto a photo, similar to Snapchat.

The metal-clad iPhone SE has a large battery that Apple claims will offer up to 14 hours of talk-time.