Will high iPhone 6 Price In India affect sell?

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones will hit Indian stores from October 17 with a very high price tag, so would it attract Indian buyers, and will high price affect the volume of sales? Let’s see its answers here considering various factors.

Great joy for all gadget lovers – Apple's newly announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices will hit US stores on September 19, while Indians have to wait for around a month, same as the long wait in case of previous versions as it will be available from October 17 at a starting price of Rs 39,500 and Rs 45,600 respectively. This launch date means both smartphones will be coming in the festive season of Diwali, a time that's allied with heavy shopping in several parts of the country. When it comes to smartphones, mostly Indian people prefer low priced devices with high-end specifications as they are budget conscious and try to save as much money as possible. In India, only few people who are rich or prefer popular brand name buy high priced device so it’s hard to predict exact number of selling units. 

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Looking at the past and current scenario of Indian smartphone market, people had have preference for large screens, and so they opted Android until now. It seems that now Apple is planning to take on Android manufacturers in a great way by entering the large-screen area with iPhone 6 (4.7-inch screen) and iPhone 6 Plus (5.5-inch screen), considerably larger than the 4-inch display on the iPhone 5 and 5S. iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the thinnest smartphones ever Apple has ever made – 6.8mm and 7.1mm respectively. In terms of price, Apple devices prices are too high compared to Android devices so only time can tell how many number of iPhone 6 will sale – just wait and watch. What do you think guys; will the price affect the sales of iPhone 6 in India? Tell frankly your opinions about new smartphones here; so that every gadget lover can read it and decide – is this new phone really worth to buy?

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