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Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max price in India

Just 3 days after the launch i.e. today the pre-orders of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have started in India. But the most important thing is that you can save thousands of rupees by buying these new 14th-generation iPhone models. Because the company is offering trade-in features with four iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max models under the buzz lineup. Out of which, the two ‘Pro’ models of the series i.e. 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max can be grabbed with an unbelievable exchange value of up to Rs 58,730 or trade-in money in Apple’s terms. However, your existing smartphone must be in good physical condition to be eligible for the trade-in value. Or very little money will be offered. Let’s learn how to pre-book your favorite iPhone 14 model from Apple Store by availing trade-in offer…

Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max price in India

Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max price in India

The base variant of the iPhone 14 Pro with 128 GB storage can be purchased for Rs 1,29,900. And, its 256GB, 512GB and 1 TB models are priced at Tk 1,39,900, Tk 1,59,900 and Tk 1,79,900 respectively. The handset is available in Space Black, Silver, Gold, and Deep Purple color options.

The top-end model of the R series iPhone 14 Pro Max is priced at Rs 1,39,900 for the base variant with 128GB of storage. However, its 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB storage models will be available for Rs 1,49,900, Rs 1,69,900 and Rs 1,89,900 respectively. It is available in four color options – Space Black, Silver, Gold, and Deep Purple.

Again, the pre-order process for the iPhone 14 series has started. In this case, the two ‘Pro’ models in question will be available in open sale on 16 September.

How to take advantage of Apple’s trade-in offer?

Those of you who take advantage of Apple’s trade-in offer and buy a new iPhone 14 series handset can avail of credit or discount of Tk 2,200 to Tk 58,730 with your old mobile. Note that the discount will be determined based on the external condition and brand of the smartphone you are going to trade. Here are the details of how the trade-in option works:

1. See the price of old smartphones: To know about the exchange value of the current smartphone, you need to answer a few questions. For example, you will be asked to enter the IMEI and the serial number of the mobile. Regardless of whether the display or body of the phone you use is perfect or defective, all of this information must also be provided. Once this complete trade-in option form is filled in, the original price or exchange price of the old phone will be displayed on the screen. After that, the ‘exchange value of the old phone will be deducted from the price of the new iPhone.

2. Trade-in like this: After you buy a new iPhone, Apple will show you how to prepare your old smartphone for trade-in.

3. Redeem your smartphone on delivery of a new iPhone: After booking a new iPhone, a company executive will arrive at your address on the specified ‘Delivery Date’. This executive of the company will verify all the information of your old phone and run a diagnostic test. And, it will be your responsibility to deliver the new iPhone model to you. After which the trade-in process will be completed.

Pre-order Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max here:

  • To buy the new Apple iPhone 14 Pro or Pro Max, first of all, visit the Apple Store or click on the given link: Official Website
  • Select which iPhone 14 series model, storage variant, and color option you want to buy.
  • To trade or exchange an old phone during checkout, click the Apple trade-in option.
  • Answer the questions asked in the trade-in form and follow the instructions to order the selected iPhone.

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