New Delhi: Select Apple iPhone and iPad models are available with attractive cashback offers on EMI transactions done using HDFC Bank Credit and Debit cards. In partnership with HDFC Bank, Apple is offering a cashback of Rs. 7,000 on the iPhone SE and iPhone 6, and a cashback of Rs. 10,000 on iPad variants. The offer is available on devices purchased between February 9 to February 14 through Apple authorised offline retailers.
The iPhone 6 can be availed at an effective price of Rs. 20,000 from its current marketing operating price of Rs. 27,000. To recall, the iPhone 6 was released in 2014, and it features a glass and aluminium body. It sports a 4.7-inch display with a resolution of 750×1334 pixels. It is powered by the A8 SoC with PowerVR GX6450GPU. It includes 1GB RAM with 16/32/64/128 GB of internal storage. In terms of camera specifications, the iPhone 6 sports an 8-megapixel rear camera with PDAF, and the front-facing camera is a 1.2MP shooter capable of recording HD video. The device is backed by a 1810mAh battery and is upgradeable to iOS 11.2.
The iPhone SE is available at an effective price of Rs. 15,000 from the current market operating price of Rs. 22,000. Launched in 2016, the device has a 4.0-inch display with 640x1136p resolution. The device is powered by the Apple A9 SoC with PowerVR GT 7600 GPU. It includes 2GB RAM and 16/32/64/128GB of internal memory. The iPhone SE has a 12-megapixel rear camera with PDAF and capable of shooting 4K video at 30 frames per second. The front-facing camera is a 1.2-megapixel shooter capable of HD video. The device is backed by a 1624mAh battery and is upgradeable to iOS 11.2.
A cashback of Rs. 10,000 is applicable to iPad variants. The 9.7-inch (32GB) is available at an effective price of Rs. 15,000 compared to the market operating price of Rs. 25,000.
Meanwhile, the Cupertino-based giant has confirmed that iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, as well as older iPhone models like iPhone 6s Plus and iPhone 6s will see a price increase. Apple confirmed that the iPhone SE won’t see any increase as the model is being assembled in India by Wistron since June 2017. It’s worth noting that the increase in customs duty will be applicable on all handsets being imported into India and is not just limited to select brands like Apple.