Apple Is Planning To Launch iPhone5 In Indian Market Very SoonNews — By Naveen Vaidhya on October 11, 2012 at 9:54 am
After the launch of the much awaited iPhone 5 on the globe platform, Apple is all set ready to launch the device in the Indian market on 26th October, says a report. However, there has not been any official announcement about this from the company.
However, Apple has announced that they will launch the smartphone with numerous carriers in more than 100 countries by the end of this year. The latest availability from the company has broken all the sales record with registering more than 5 millions of sales in just 72 hours after its launch.
There are many number of people from India are eagerly waiting for this device to be launched in the Indian market. Though the device is available in the grey market, but the price of iPhone 5 is much higher than its actual price.
The smartphone broke the mould of iPhone of 3.5 inch display and was introduced with a screen size of 4 inch along with new Lightning dock and the EarPods. The iPhone device is the costliest smartphone in the Indian market. If we will check the cost of the iPhone 4s than it was launched in the Indian market with a price tag of Rs. 44,500 and after its cost revision it is available at the cost of Rs. 41,500. However, all the other smartphones in India is below the range of the Rs. 40,000. Although, Samsung introduced it Galaxy S III with the price tag of Rs. 43,000, however in just few time the price was bought down at Rs. 38,900 by the company, whereas the current cost of this device is Rs. 35,500.
However recently, Apple reduced the cost of the iPhone 4s to Rs. 28,300 in the Indian market, which is still high as the device is two year old in the market. However, if we see the details of the Samsung than they have easily penetrated in the Indian market in a perfect manner and is leading the market with their smartphones.
However, it seems that the things are changing now and Apple is planning to launch its latest version, iPhone 5 in the Indian market very soon, by considering the fact that the initial version was never officially launched in the Indian market.