Apple Sale: BIG DISCOUNTS on iPhones, iPads, MacBooks and more; Check special offers here | Technology News

Apple, the tech giant and one of the leading mobile phone brands in the world, is offering huge discount deals on a variety of devices including iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, and more. Accessories such as Apple Watch bands and AirPods are also available at discounted prices. Customers can get discounts of up to Rs 10,000 by availing Apple instant savings offers on a variety of Apple products on the online Apple Store. HDFC Bank credit card holders will get instant savings of up to Rs 10,000 on select products and can save up to Rs 12,000 on upgrading their existing iPhones.

The tech giant is slashing the prices of the 10th generation iPad by 3,000 rupees, the iPad Air by 4,000 rupees, and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro by 5,000 rupees. While the iPad Air 64GB Wi-Fi only model and the iPad Pro 12.9-inch 128GB Wi-Fi only model are still available for Rs 55,900 and Rs 1,07,900, respectively, the 10th-gen iPad 64GB Wi-Fi model -Fi is now available for only Rs 41,900.

Users will be able to save Rs 7,000 during the deal while purchasing iPhone 14 Series smartphones. Offers that users can take advantage of as part of the sale are listed below. Remember that only HDFC Bank credit card holders are eligible for discounts.

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HDFC credit card provision

The tenth generation of the iPad

3,000 rupees

iPad Air

4,000 rupees

iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max

7,000 rupees

iPad Pro 12.9 inches

5,000 rupees

MacBook Air M2 chip

10,000 rupees

13-inch MacBook Pro

10,000 rupees

Apple Watch Ultra

5,000 rupees

Apple Watch Series 8

4,000 rupees

AirPods Pro (2nd generation)

2000 rupees

Last year, the iPhone 14 was introduced with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display, A15 Bionic chipset, dual 12MP cameras on the back, and a notch not found on the iPhone 14 Pro variants. The iPhone 14 replaced the smaller iPhone models from the previous two generations of iPhones as the entry-level variant of the series.

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