You can buy Apple's iPhone 14 for less than 60,000. Check this deal

Published on Nov 27, 2022 12:12 PM IST

Black Friday sale comes with huge discounts offered in various verticals. Flipkart is offering flat discount on purchase of Apple iPhone 14 in addition with bank cashbacks and exchange offer.

A man holds an iPhone 14(REUTERS)
A man holds an iPhone 14(REUTERS)
By | Written by Singh Rahul Sunilkumar | Edited by Aryan Prakash

Black Friday sale is live on Flipkart. If you want to buy an iPhone 14, then it’s a great time to grab one. The e-commerce website has listed the smartphone with a discount of 2,500. Apple’s latest iPhone series smartphone was launched with an introductory price of 79,900, the device is presently available at 77,400 for purchase with additional benefits.

Black Friday is the Friday after Thanksgiving and marks the opening of the Christmas shopping period. Huge discounts are offered in various verticals as part of the Black Friday sale.

The iPhone 14 offer also includes an instant discount of 5,000 if HDFC Bank card non- EMI, credit and debit card EMI are used for transactions. Moreover, the deal becomes more lucrative as it also includes an exchange offer of up to 20,500 on old smartphone - both Android phones and iPhones. The final amount will rest on the condition and model of the exchanged smartphone.

Including all these discounts, Apple iPhone 14 can be bought at an effective price of under 60,000.

Features of Apple iPhone 14

The new iPhone 14 has major changes to cameras, which comprise a modernized machine-learning based image processing and larger physical sensors. This will benefit autofocus in the front camera and enhance low light photography.

The iPhone 14 series has some new features, including crash detection and a new satellite communication-based emergency alert system termed as Emergency SOS. However, the Emergency SOS feature is disabled for the Indian market. The iPhone 14 series runs on A15 Bionic chip, similar to iPhone 13 series phones.


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