The Flipkart Massive Billion Days Sale 2022 begins later this week (September 23) and forward of the sale, Flipkart introduced large reductions on Apple iPhone 13, Apple iPhone 12 mini and Apple iPhone 11. The smartphones lately acquired Apple iPhone 14 sequence worth drop after launch and consumers can additional decrease the costs of the smartphones with further financial institution rebates through the Flipkart Massive Billion Days Sale 2022. With financial institution offers and reductions, you will get the Apple iPhone 13 with 128GB storage beneath Rs 35,000. In accordance with the teaser photographs, the Apple iPhone 13 might be priced at round Rs 49,999 within the Flipkart Massive Billion Days Sale 2022.
For this 12 months’s sale, Flipkart has partnered with ICICI Financial institution and Axis Financial institution for the 2022 Massive Billion Days Sale. Which means customers utilizing an ICICI Financial institution, Axis Financial institution credit score or debit card can obtain an prompt 10% low cost through the annual sale. Furthermore, Flipkart can also be providing Rs 17,000 rebate in trade in your outdated smartphone. For those who mix all provides accessible throughout Flipkart Massive Billion Days Sale 2022 you will get Apple iPhone 13 beneath Rs 35,000. Free EMI and display screen injury safety can also be accessible through the Massive Billion Days Sale.
As a reminder, the Apple iPhone 13 was launched final 12 months alongside Apple iPhone 13 Professional and Mini at a beginning worth of Rs 79,900. The 256GB and 512GB storage variants of the Apple iPhone 13 at the moment are priced at Rs 79,900 and Rs 99,900 respectively.
The Apple iPhone 13 contains a 6.1-inch Tremendous Retina XDR show and is powered by the corporate’s flagship A15 Bionic chipset. The smartphone contains a 12 MP twin rear digicam setup with 4K Dolby Imaginative and prescient HDR recording. It additionally will get a 12 MP TrueDepth entrance digicam with evening mode. The corporate claims that the system provides as much as 17 hours of video playback.