Flipkart lists Apple iPhone 13 for less than Rs 45000, here's how to get it
Planning to purchase an iPhone 13? If yes, then you are on the right site. As all know that Apple has recently launched one of its much-awaited iPhone 14 series at the introductory price of Rs 80,000, which forced many third-party e-commerce giants to sell the older handsets at a cheaper price.
To sell the older stock of Apple smartphones after the launch of a new one, the online shopping platform Flipkart has introduced an offer under which it has listed one of the features loaded smartphones iPhone 13 at a discounted price of under Rs 45000. This means customers can save up to Rs 34,000.
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How to get iPhone 13 at the cheapest price on Flipkart?
The e-commerce giant recently introduced an exchange discount of up to Rs 17,500, which made the actual price of a smartphone down to Rs 48,499. The company also offers addtional discount of 4 percent as cashback to all Axis Bank card users. Amid all these offers, customers can grab the deal on iPhone 13 to as low as Rs 45,000.
Know everything about iPhone 13
Apple has launched the iPhone 13 at a starting price of Rs 79,000 on September 14, 2021. The company then retained a similar display size to the handset as iPhone 12. Talking about the camera specifications, it phone continues to offer the same 12-megapixel wide and ultra-wide lens combo that provides a crystal clear image to the users even in low light. The company claimed that the smartphone’s camera is so powerful that customers can caption high-quality image in dark light without switching on its night mode feature.
The one-generation old iPhone comes with larger sensors as compared to the older handsets. The company has put extra effort into its battery so that it works more efficiently.
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