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iPhone 5S, 5C launched in India today

Just before the festival of lights, there's a good news for iPhone lovers. Apple Inc., has launched their new offerings - iPhone 5s and 5c in India today. It's a just-in-time(JIT) launch as the Indians are already in festive mood and are ready to spend some extra thousands to own a brand new iPhone. iPhone launch got a overwhelming response everywhere in India.

Apple iPhone launch in New Delhi
Apple iPhone 5s and 5c launch in New Delhi
It's only yesterday, Google has launched their new Nexus 5 - "The  smart new phone from Google" and Android 4.4 (KitKat), next version of android OS. Though it will take some more time to be available in Indian market, iPhone 5S and 5C will be available at stores from tomorrow (2nd November 2013).

Apple has priced the iPhone 5S at Rs. 53,500 for 16GB, Rs. 62,500 for 32 GB and Rs. 71,500 for 64GB Models. The 16GB variant of iPhone 5C will cost Rs. 41,900 and 32GB variant will cost Rs. 53,500 in India. 

Telecome carriers, Reliance Communications, Airtel, Vodafone etc., are also offering the new iPhones with their plans. 


Apple iPhone 5s - Forward Thinking
Apple iPhone 5s - Forward Thinking

Apple iPhone 5c - For the Colorful
Apple iPhone 5c - For the Colorful

For More Details and Specifications :

Apple(India) - iPhone 5s

Apple(India) - iPhone 5c

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