iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus pre-orders to begin in India from Sept 17, to be available from Sept 29

Apple on Tuesday unveiled iPhone X with facial recognition system, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the new Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K
Phil Schiller during the launch of iPhone 8,...
Edited by: India TV Business Desk New Delhi September 13, 2017 14:54 IST

The pre-booking of Apple's new launched devices -- iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus -- will begin in India from September 17, whereas the models will start retailing in stores from September 29. 

While the iPhone 8 will carry a price tag of Rs 64,000, the higher iPhone 8 Plus variant will be available at Rs 86,000. 

Confirming the dates, retail major Brightstar India today said that the devices will be available at its authorised stores in north and east India.

In a statement, the company said that Apple's high-end iPhone X (starting price of Rs 89,000) with facial recognition, will be available for pre-orders at Brightstar starting October 27 and will be available at stores from November 3.

Apple on Tuesday unveiled iPhone X with facial recognition system, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the new Apple Watch Series 3 and Apple TV 4K.

Hosting the event for the first time at the opulent Steve Jobs Theatre on the new Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, the tech giant introduced iPhone X -- an ultra-premium model.

Tim Cook announces the new iPhone XTim Cook announces the new iPhone X

iPhone X sports a unique "FaceID" facial recognition system to unlock the device. Just look at your phone to unlock it. The feature is enabled by a 'True Depth' camera system in the A11 neural engine.

iPhone 8 64GB costs Rs 64,000 while the 256GB variant will be available for Rs 77,000. iPhone 8 Plus starts at Rs 73,000 for 64GB. The 256GB variant will cost Indian users Rs 86,000. People can pre-order the devices from September 15 and the phones will be available from September 29.

With Inputs from IANS 

 
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