Flipkart, an online store, is giving all versions of the iPhone SE a big discount of almost Rs 10,000.
This could be the ideal time for people who want to get the less expensive iPhone SE, which is presently offered for less than Rs 15,000, as the eagerly anticipated Apple iPhone is scheduled to be officially announced in early September. The iPhone SE is currently available for roughly Rs 10,000 less on the e-commerce site Flipkart.
After adding the substantial discount of Rs 9,901 from Flipkart, the cost of the iPhone SE’s base model with 64GB of internal storage has dropped to Rs 29,999. The pricing of the additional two storage options for the iPhone SE with 128GB and 256GB of internal storage has decreased after the discount to Rs 34,999 and Rs 44,999, correspondingly.
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The e-commerce website also has a discount of up to Rs 17,000 if you trade in your old phone as part of an exchange deal. Flipkart has established a Rs 16,000 exchange value for the iPhone 11, essentially reducing the price of the Apple iPhone SE to Rs 13,999. Customers can save 10% on purchases made with an SBI Credit Card, as well as 10% on EMI purchases made with an SBI Credit Card. There is a 5% cashback promotion for those who use an Axis Bank Card.
The media reported last week that Apple is attempting to display more ads on iPhones and iPads to get into the advertising business and make it its next big source of income.
Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman said in the latest “Power On” newsletter that Apple’s VP of Advertising Platforms, Todd Teresi, is working to increase the tech giant’s annual revenue, which is currently around $4 billion, to “double digits.”
It was reported a few weeks ago that Apple had begun testing search advertisements within the Apple Maps app, with plans to expand the practice to the company’s other digital marketplaces, including Apple Podcasts and Apple Books.
Ads are currently being distributed to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac versions of Apple’s News and Stocks apps and within the Apple App Store.
Search advertising similar to those on Google can be found in the App Store on an Apple device. Additionally, the Power On newsletter noted that Apple had just integrated advertising into TV+ as part of its “Friday Night Baseball” arrangement with Major League Baseball.