iPhone 6 Plus launches in India on Monday, a significant upgrade to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S models.
Apple has announced that it will launch the iPhone in India starting from August 12, with a price tag of Rs 2,999 (around Rs 6,000).
Apple has said that it has made the upgrade to 3G and 4G the primary criteria for the iPhone 5s and 5c models.
The new iPhones have an improved camera with a f/1.8 aperture, an improved LED flash, a redesigned back cover, and improved audio features.
The front of the iPhone has also received a facelift with a more modern design.
The iPhone 6 models, like the iPhone 7 models, have 4G LTE, and the iPhone 8 models have LTE in the city.
According to an Apple spokesperson, the iPhone is the first smartphone to support LTE in every major Indian city.
The iPhone 6 offers two different speeds for data roaming in the country, and in cities like Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Delhi, it supports data roaming at speeds of up to 3Mbps.
In a recent interview, Apple said that the iPhone, as a smartphone, is “an extension of your iPhone experience, with its unique touch screen, vibrant colors and vibrant icons that make it a universal experience”.
Apple’s new iPhone is powered by the Snapdragon 820 chipset, the first chipset to be certified for mobile networks in India.
The chip is based on Qualcomm’s SoC, the Snapdragon 835, which has been certified for use in mobile phones in India for the past several years.
There are two main versions of the new iPhone: the iPhone X, which is priced at Rs 3,999 and is a bigger version of the phone, and iPhone 8 Plus, which retails for around Rs 6 of the device.