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iPhone SE 2022 Price Hiked In India? Here’s The Truth

- Updated: 17th Oct 2022, 11:23 IST
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    iPhone SE 2022 price in India

Several rumours say that Apple has raised the price of the Apple iPhone SE 2022 , which was released earlier this year in India. The iPhone SE 3 features three storage configurations and, most importantly, the same colour selections as its predecessor. The smartphone was initially priced at Rs 43,900 for the base 64GB storage. The storage options of 128GB and 256GB were offered for Rs. 48,900 and Rs. 58,900, respectively. But are these storage models currently more expensive in India? Here’s the reality.

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iPhone SE 2022 price in India

iPhone SE 2022

Technically, the iPhone SE 3 is now more expensive in India, however the price increase occurred more than a month ago, following the release of the iPhone 14 series.

The pricing of the three storage models have been constant since then. Its 64GB storage variant is now Rs. 49,900, while the other two options are Rs. 54,900 and Rs. 64,900. However, users can still get a discount on the iPhone SE 3. For example, Apple is offering a Rs. 7,000 return on HDFC Bank credit cards or American Express cards. You can also exchange your old iPhones.

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Notably, the iPhone SE 3 256GB storage version is available at Rs. 52,990 on Flipkart, albeit the phone is currently out of stock in several pin codes. Its 128GB variant is likewise unavailable on the platform.

Apple iPhone 13 is still a terrific option to consider. The iPhone 13 and iPhone SE 3 both use the same A15 Bionic CPU, but the iPhone 13 takes far better photographs and movies thanks to its dual rear cameras. In addition, the 13 regular will have a better battery, connectivity, and viewing experience. It is now available at Rs. 66,990, although the phone is constantly being discounted. Users can check the price by using price tracking addons such as Price Tracker.

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