The highlight was obviously the iPhone SE. For the Indian market, the company first said the starting price would be Rs 30,000, and later changed it to Rs 39,000 for the 16GB model. In India, the iPhone SE will start selling from early April onwards.
One needs to work over 360 hours to earn enough to buy an iPhone 6 in the national capital, but the same requires just 20 hours of work in Zurich, a new purchasing power study shows.
Apple Pay is designed to make swiping a credit card a thing of the past
The iPhone 6 had been released in other countries, including the United States, on September 19 but Apple did not give a release data for China.<br />