iPhone 11 ‘out of stock’ before sale on Amazon, Flipkart

iPhone 11
iPhone 11

Pre-booking of recently launched Apple iPhone 11 has started in India. The iPhone 11 series sale will begin in India from September 27. You can get an idea of ​​the iPhone craze in India by the fact that before the sale starts, all the units of the iPhone 11 have been booked on Flipkart and Amazon. The iPhone 11 went out of stock within three days of the pre-booking starts. However, some units of the iPhone 11 Pro are currently available on Amazon and Flipkart.

The sale will start from September 27

The iPhone 11 series sale in India will begin on September 27. Pre-bookings began in India on September 20 for new iPhones. Fans have shown great enthusiasm for the new iPhone in India.

iPhone 11 lineup price in India

The initial price of Phone 11 in India will be Rs 64,900. This price will be of 64GB storage variant. A variant of 128GB and 256GB storage of iPhone 11 will also be available. At the same time, the initial price of iPhone Pro will be Rs 99,900. While the initial cost of the iPhone 11 Pro Max will be Rs 1,09,900. This price of iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max is of 64GB storage variant. The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max smartphones will also come in 256GB and 512GB storage options. All latest iPhones will be available in India from September 27.

iPhone 11 specifications

iPhone 11 will be available in Black, White, Lavender, Red, Green, and Yellow color options. The iPhone 11 has a 6.1-inch LCD IPS HD display. A13 Bionic processor powers this phone. The iPhone 11 supports fast Face ID. Apple claims that the iPhone 11 battery will last 1 hour longer than the iPhone XR. This phone is water-resistant at 2 meters depth for 30 minutes. The front of the iPhone 11 has a 12-megapixel camera. At the same time, there is a dual-camera setup on its back. There are 2 12-12 megapixel cameras at the end of the phone.

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