However, Apple India is yet to issue an official statement on the same.
Apple's iPhone SE 16GB which was launched in India past year starting at Rs 39,000, has now got a massive price cut wherein 16GB variant of the iPhone SE is now available for Rs 19,999, while the 64GB model is up for grab at Rs 25,999 only. The price for cash mode or online is apparently still higher. This means the 16GB variant will take on OnePlus 2 (Rs 19,999 for 16GB ROM, 3GB RAM), LeEco Le Max 2 (Rs 19,899), Xiaomi Mi Max Prime (Rs 19,999), Moto M (Rs 17,999 for 64GB ROM, 4GB RAM), Asus Zenfone 3 (Rs 18,999) and other devices priced under Rs 20,000. Probably the less pricing would also help Apple to see a big market for iPhone SE in India.
Before you can buy the iPhone SE at its special prices, first you have to find a retailer that is selling it at a special prices.
Apple's iPhone SE is now available for as low as Rs 19,999 through the company's authorized offline sellers.
Apple's goal for this technology is to make a pair of smartglasses, but in the short term, the first fruits of the effort will bring AR features to the iPhone, Bloomberg reported on Monday. Lowering the price of 16GB iPhone SE which costs Rs 29900 helps Apple product to compete in the price segment. The answer to this question is that it is indeed a good deal. It comes with "Hey Siri" feature and runs on iOS 10. It is a premium experience. Company wishes to target those customers who wish to use small and handy mobile phone. So, it's a right time for iPhone lovers who were waiting for an affordable phone since its launch. For everyone, else there is the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6S.
The Apple iPhone SE also has a fingerprint sensor which is built into the Home button. At Rs 19,999, this is an even better buy if you don't mind the smaller screen.