During the ongoing Apple Days sale, Amazon is offering steep discounts and deals on the Apple iPhone 14.

The iPhone 14 is now available on e-commerce platforms for Rs 67,999, a decrease from its initial price of Rs 79,900.

Amazon also offers discounts, bank offers, and exchange offers on the purchase of this item, bringing the total price to just under Rs 12,000.

Here is everything you need to know about the Amazon iPhone 14 deal.

Amazon Apple Days sale: discounted iPhone 14

During Amazon’s ongoing Apple Days sale, the iPhone 14 series is available in India at steep discounts.

Amazon now offers the iPhone 14 at a starting price of Rs 67,999, down from its original price of Rs 79,900. Customers can receive an exchange offer of up to Rs 22,800 on the purchase, contingent on the condition of their former device.

However, the initial price for the iPhone 14 Plus has decreased from Rs 89,900 to Rs 76,900.

The price of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro has decreased to Rs 1,19,999 from Rs 1,29,900. iPhone 14 Pro Max is now available for Rs 1,27,999, down from Rs 1,39,900.

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In addition, customers can receive an immediate Rs 3,000 discount on HDFC Bank credit cards. The last day of the Amazon Apple Days sale is June 17.

iPhone 14 versus iPhone 15: Which one should you purchase?

If you wish to purchase the iPhone 14 at a reasonable price, it would be ideal if you could wait two months. The company will release its iPhone 15 lineup in September, followed by a price reduction for iPhone 14.

The Apple iPhone 15 is anticipated to feature significant hardware upgrades, but the upcoming series is also anticipated to be more expensive than the current model.

According to recent reports, the price of the iPhone 15 Pro will likely increase by $200, or approximately Rs 16,000. The upcoming iPhone 15 series will presumably consist of the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and the iPhone 15 Plus.

The reason for the price increase was not disclosed, but it is believed that this is due to hardware enhancements.