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The iPhone 12 is available again at a low price during the Amazon Great Freedom sale

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Amazon is back with another sales event. The e-commerce giant is hosting a Great Freedom sale on its platform to celebrate Independence Day before August 15. The sales event is already live for Amazon Prime members, and those without a subscription can access it on August 6. sale, the company is offering discounts on several iPhones, including the iPhone 12.

The iPhone 12 gets a discount during the Amazon sale

The iPhone 12 is selling with a starting price of Rs 58,900, which is for the 64GB storage model. The device officially received a price drop in late 2021 and it was made available for Rs 65,990 This basically means customers get a discount of Rs 7,090. iPhone 12 is an older smartphone, but it is still capable of delivering good overall performance and photography experience.

But if you can spend more than that, you should buy the iPhone 13. The handset is available at a starting price of Rs 68,900 and the initial retail price of the device is Rs 79,900. users get a discount of Rs 11,000. Keep in mind that there is up to Rs 13,150 discount on trading in your old phone. This is available on both iPhones. The trade-in amount is calculated based on the current condition of your phone.

If you’ve been planning on buying an iPhone, now is probably the best time to buy the device, as the iPhone 12 and iPhone 13 are selling for quite low prices on Amazon. Apple is also expected to announce the latest iPhone 14 series next month in September. So if you want to use a new iPhone, you can wait for it. But keep in mind that it will be expensive and will probably cost around Rs 80,000 as rumored.

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