The Cupertino giant, Apple announced its recently launched iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro in the Indian market on Friday. The devices are available for sale via online and offline retail partners of the company.
The 32GB variant of 4-inch iPhone is priced at Rs. 39,000 while the 64GB variant of iPhone SE comes with a price tag of Rs. 49,000.
On the other hand, the 9.7-inch iPad Pro comes in 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB storage variants that are priced at Rs 49,900, Rs 61,900 and Rs 73,900, respectively for WiFi only models. Meanwhile, the Apple tablets with voice calling facility are priced at Rs 61,900, Rs 73,900 and Rs 85,900, respectively.
The Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch tablet also supports accessories like Apple Pencil, which is retailing at Rs. 8,600 and the Smart Keyboard.
Inquisitr reported that the grey colored Smart keyboard that comes at Rs. 13,900, doesn’t worth at its price. The report says, “the Smart Cover feels a little cheap. It’s supposed to be light so it doesn’t add much extra weight to the very light iPad Pro, but it would have been better without such small and stiff keys. You would think, at that price, there would be some sort of keyboard lighting so one can use the Smart Keyboard with the iPad Pro in the dark, but that isn’t the case.”
Apple Inc. has joined hands with Beetel Teletech and Redington for the distribution of iPhone SE in India. Supply chain solution provider Redington had said in a statement said it “will offer iPhone SE beginning April 8, in 3,000 retail outlets across the country”.
Beetel Teletech had said that it will offer “iPhone SE, the most powerful phone with a four-inch display, beginning Friday, April 8, 2016 at over 3500 retail locations across India.”