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Apple iPhone 5s and 5c pricing revealed, starts at Rs. 53500 and 41900 respectively

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Apple iPhone 5s and 5c pricing revealed, starts at Rs. 53500 and 41900 respectively

Apple has just released the official iPhone 5s and 5c pricing and am quite sure anyone thinking to get these latest iPhones will surely be discouraged by the pricing.

iPhone 5s

First the iPhone 5s, the new Apple flagship will cost you Rs. 53,500 for the 16 GB model, 64 GB at Rs. 62,500 and the 64 GB at an insane Rs.71,500. All the prices are including VAT. The leather case from Apple will come in beige, black, blue, brown, yellow and is priced at Rs. 3200.

iPhone 5s and 5c pricing

The iPhone 5c which is basically the last year’s iPhone 5 but in a colorful polycarbonate body is also priced almost in line with current Android flagships. The 16 GB version is priced at Rs. 41900, 32 GB model at Rs. 53,500. The iPhone 5c will come in blue, green, pink, yellow and white. Those weird looking cases Apple unveiled along with the device will cost you Rs. 2300.

The iPhone 4S 8 GB model is now available at Rs. 31,500. We already know that the iPhone 5s and 5c will be available in India at the start of November. For people who still are looking to get the devices even after the insane iPhone 5s and 5c pricing can get the devices at all the Apple authorized retailers. Indian operators such as Reliance and Airtel will also offer the iPhone 5s and 5c starting November 1st.

All the blame cannot go to Apple for the insane iPhone 5s and 5c pricing, some part of the blame would go to the weak Indian Rupee. So what do you guys think of the price? Do write to us in the comments section below.

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