Four models of the iPhone 14 series have been launched by the world’s largest brand Apple. These newly launched phones include iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models. These four models of Apple are different from each other in terms of display size and specifications. Due to this reason, there is a difference in the prices of these phones.
The sale of all Apple models will start from 16 September 2022. Whereas the sale of iPhone 14 model Plus will start from October 7 next month. And all these models of iPhone 14 can also be pre-booked from 9 September 2022. These four phones of Apple can also be purchased from Apple’s official store. Along with this, the sale of iPhone 14 model will also be done from many selected e-commerce platforms.
If we talk about the price of these phones, then Indian customers will be able to buy the starting price of iPhone 14 at Rs 79,900 and iPhone 14 Plus at a starting price of Rs 89,900. The sale of iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will start from September 16, while the sale of iPhone 14 Plus will start from October 7. The starting price of iPhone 14 Pro starts at Rs 1,29,900, which is Rs 10,000 more than the iPhone 13 Pro that was launched last year. The starting price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max starts at Rs 1,39,900 which is Rs 10,000 more than the iPhone 13 Pro Max from 2021.
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You can pre-order from September 9, their availability will be made from September 23. The Watch Series 8 launched in these launches will cost Rs 45,900 in India. The Watch SE 2 will be available with a starting price of Rs 29,900.
These newly launched iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch screen and the iPhone 14 Plus has a bigger 6.7-inch screen. The Apple company has also claimed that among all the models of iPhone 14, the company is providing the most powerful battery compared to other iPhones. The company has given 12 megapixel back and 12 megapixel front camera in these new iPhones. For these newly launched phones, Apple has claimed that the low light image quality has also been improved by 49 percent from the camera of these phones.