Amazon India is again hosting an ‘Apple Days’ sale in India. The sale is already live on the e-commerce website and will last until March 21. The company is offering deals on Apple Watch, iPhones, MacBooks and other Apple devices. The company claims that users can get up to Rs 30,000 discount on MacBooks. Further, Apple Watches are available with a starting price of Rs 20,900. Also Read - Apple Powerbeats new variant revealed with better design. improved battery-life
During the Apple Days sale, one will also witness deals on iPhone X series, iPhone 11, Apple iPad and other devices. The Apple iPhone XS Max is available with a starting price of Rs 69,900 via Amazon India. The iPhone XS, on the other hand, is selling for Rs 79,900. For the mentioned price, the company is offering the 512GB model of the device. Also Read - Apple suspends active filming of all Apple TV+ shows due to Coronavirus outbreak: Report
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Apple’s iPhone X series is also available at its lowest price ever on the e-commerce website. In addition to this, Amazon Prime members can avail special discounts on both the phones. Prime members can get Rs 2,000 discount on the iPhone XS Max and Rs 3,000 off on iPhone XS. Apart from this, the company is also offering 5 percent discount on credit card EMI on select devices. HDFC Bank Debit and Credit cardholders can also get discounts on devices. Also Read - Flipkart Big Shopping Days sale starts March 19: Check out offers on Realme 5 Pro, Apple iPhone XS, Samsung Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 3a, and more
Besides, the iPhone maker recently suspended active filming from outside studios due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The list of TV shows affected due to this decision include “The Morning Show”, “Foundation”, “See”, “Lisey’s Story”, “Servant” and “For All Mankind”.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Apple along with Skydance Television announced plans to temporarily suspend filming of “Foundation” in Ireland. The project is reportedly responsible for more than 500 jobs in the region. “The health and safety of our cast and crew is our top priority and we are closely monitoring the situation,” Skydance said in a statement to Deadline.