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The iPhone 15 Gets a Massive Price Drop of ₹15,000 Just Four Months After Launch!

iPhone 15 price drop

Get ready to upgrade your phone for less! The highly most desirable iPhone 15 has just received a massive price drop of ₹15,000 only four months after its launch.

In September 2023, Apple launched the iPhone 15 series in India, its latest flagship offering. The vanilla iPhone 15 was the most affordable iPhone in this series, priced starting at ₹79,900.

Currently, if you are in the market for that iPhone 15, you can get it for less than ₹65,000 as iPhone 15 price drop if you hurry. Flipkart is currently offering a discount on the latest iPhone, bringing its price down to ₹65,999, and an additional ₹1,000 discount if you use your HDFC Bank credit card.

Here’s everything you need to know about the discount and the smartphone.

Here’s how to get the iPhone 15 for less than ₹65,000-iPhone 15 price drop

Flipkart is selling the iPhone 15 for less than ₹65,000.

In this case, you can purchase the iPhone 15 for ₹64,999.

Specifications of the Apple iPhone 15

iPhone 15 has a 6.1-inch display and the dynamic island, previously available only on the Pro models. It is also the first iPhone with a USB Type-C port.

This iPhone comes with Apple’s second-generation ultra-wideband chipset, which offers up to three times better connectivity than Apple’s first-generation ultra-wideband chipset used in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models released in 2022.

The iPhone 15 has a 48MP primary camera and several improvements to improve the camera performance, allowing it to capture better portraits and low-light photos.

Aside from capturing better images with richer colors, the device also features a 4K cinematic mode, action mode, and live photos.

As a company executive said at the event, you can now frame the scene in cinematic mode and feel closer to the subject.

The new 5X telephoto lens was announced along with Apple’s new autofocus system — a 3D sensor shift that combines OIS with autofocus and moves in all three directions, the first of its kind on a smartphone. As a result, Apple claims that with 10,000 micro movements, image stabilisation will be more effective.

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