Unlocked iPhones Brought From Other Nations Will Include Warranty In India

News Nov 09, 2017 No Comments

Here comes another good news for the iPhone fans. The Cupertino-located major has now declared that it will be offering warranty in the country on its unlocked iPhones brought from outside the nation. This indicates that if you buy an unlocked iPhone from the U.S. or any other nation then it will carry on its warranty of 1 Year in India.

Previously, Apple did not offer warranty on unlocked iPhones in India. So, the consumers had to shell out from his pocket if it was not brought in India in case any issue took place with this handset. But, now the users will be allowed to benefit warranty on iPhones brought from any other nation.

Unlocked iPhones Brought From Other Nations Will Include Warranty In India

This can be a superior chance for those who are aiming to purchase the iPhone X, the 10th anniversary edition. The iPhone X comes with a beginning price of Rs 89,000 in India; on the other hand, in U.S., it is trading with a price tag of $999 which renders into Rs 65,095. Hence, in case you brought the handset in the U.S. you will be allowed to accumulate Rs 23,904 and will also recoiled warranty in the home country.

Apple last month rolled out the iPhone X in addition to iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8. Apple has given the price tag to the iPhone X, which comes in 2 storage version 64 GB and 256 GB, of Rs 89,000 (64 GB version) onwards in the country. The 256 GB variant has a price tag of Rs 102,000 setting a new record for pricing of mainstream handsets. There is an aperture of f/2.4 on the telephoto camera and an aperture of f/1.8 on the wide-angle camera. Operating on iOS 11 iPhone X features dual optical image stabilization with dual 12 MP + 12 MP rear cameras. This is the first ever handset from the company to have an OLED display with HDR10 support and Dolby Vision. The smartphone sports edge-to-edge 5.8-inch Super Retina display with pixels resolution of 2436 x 1125. The iPhone X has FaceID fueled by facial recognition to iPhones.

Tushar Imade