Apple iPhone Xs, Xs Max, XR prices in India

The iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max start at Rs 99,900, and Rs 1,09,900 respectively. The iPhone XR starts at Rs 76,900

Published Date
13 - Sep - 2018
| Last Updated
13 - Sep - 2018
 
Apple iPhone Xs, Xs Max, XR prices in India

Apple has just launched three new iPhones and now we know that they will cost in India. As one might expect, they aren’t exactly cheap, including the ‘cheaper’ iPhone XR. In fact, the company has outdone itself by launching its most expensive smartphone till date, with the most expensive device priced at Rs 1,44,900.

iPhone Xs Price in India

Starting things off with the iPhone Xs. The smaller of the two OLED iPhones is available in 64GB, 256GB and 512GB variants, with prices starting at just under a lakh.

  • iPhone Xs 64GB - Rs 99,900
  • iPhone Xs 256GB - Rs 1,14,900
  • iPhone Xs 512GB - Rs 1,34,900

iPhone Xs Max Price in India

The iPhone Xs Max sports a huge 6.5-inch display, which is the biggest display that Apple has ever offered. The phone also sports the biggest price tag that Apple has ever offered. Like its smaller sibling, it too is available in 64GB, 256GB and 512GB variants. 

  • iPhone Xs Max 64GB - Rs 1,09,900
  • iPhone Xs Max 256GB - Rs 1,24,900
  • iPhone Xs Max 512GB - Rs 1,44,900

iPhone XR Price in India

The iPhone XR is the ‘cheaper’ variant of the three iPhone models  that Apple unveiled. The two most notable differences between this and the other two iPhones is the use of an IPS LCD panel and a single rear camera. There’s also a difference in the storage variants on offer as the iPhone Xr is available in 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.

  • iPhone XR 64GB - Rs 76,900
  • iPhone XR 128GB - Rs 81,900
  • iPhone XR 256GB - Rs 91,900

Availability

The Apple iPhone Xs and Xs Max will be available in India from September 28. The iPhone XR will be up for pre-order from October 19, and will be available from October 26.

For a complete roundup of everything Apple annoucned at the event, click here. To check out what all three phones have to offer, check this out

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