Apple iPhone SE 2022 is now available in India. The latest iPhone was launched earlier this month and is now selling via the company’s official online store and offline stores as well. The iPhone SE 2022. The company is offering trade-in via its official website. The phone is also listed on Amazon.in with some offers. Also Read - Amazon Fab Phones Fest to kickstart in India on November 26: Check top offers here
iPhone SE 2022 Price
The iPhones SE 2022 starts at a price of Rs 43,900 for the variant with 64GB of internal storage. The variant with 128GB storage has been priced at Rs 48,900. The top variant comes with 256GB of internal storage and it costs Rs 58,900. Also Read - India government drafts framework to combat fake reviews on e-commerce websites
Trade-in and Offers
Apple offers trade-in option with the iPhone SE 2022. Apple devices as old as the first generation of iPhone SE and even iPhone 6 are eligible for trade-in. iPhone 8 owners can also exchange their devices for an exchange price of Rs 10,290. The current generation of iPhone SE uses the same design and same hardware (apart from the chipset) as the iPhone 8. The second generation of iPhone SE can fetch you an exchange value of Rs 12,455. Also Read - Qualcomm to remain Apple's primary 5G modem supplier for iPhones
On Amazon.in, buyers can avail a flat discount of Rs 2,000 by just paying via State Bank of India (SBI) credit card, ICICI Bank credit and debit card as well as on Kotak Bank cards. Buyers can also avail an exchange value worth up to Rs 15,200. There’s also the provision of No Cost EMI.
iPhone SE details
The iPhone SE 2022 is essentially the same device as the last generation iPhone SE and even iPhone 8. The hardware is almost identical to the previous devices. The only difference is that the new iPhone SE 2022 comes with the same glass as the iPhone 13 series and the A15 Bionic chipset, also derived from the flagship series.
Apple has launched the device in US at Rs $429 (roughly Rs 33,000). However, Apple sells it for a much steeper price in India to counterbalance the depreciating rupee and even the cost of import duties.