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new Delhi. After a lot of speculation, Apple launched its iphone 12 last month. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro were available for sale last week, with pre-orders starting on October 23. There is a slight delay in reaching the customers of iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The wait is almost over, with pre-orders for the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max starting today. The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro Max can be pre-ordered at Apple’s online store and Apple’s retailers at 6:30 pm this evening.

Pre-booking can be done from 6.30 pm to 6 pmOn the new iPhone 12 Mini, Apple is giving a discount of up to 22 thousand rupees under the exchange offer at its official store. Apart from this, discounts of up to 34 thousand rupees are being given by Apple on iPhone 12 Pro Max.

These offers are for pre booking starting at 6:30 pm today. The iPhone 12 Mini comes in five color options, including red, white, green, blue and black, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max comes in four colors and has graphite, silver, gold and Pacific Blue colors.

The iPhone 12 Mini starts at Rs 69,900 for the 64GB storage variant, Rs 74,900 for the 128GB storage variant, and Rs 84,900 for the 256GB variant. On the other hand, the starting price for the iPhone 12 Pro Max 128GB storage variant is Rs 129990 and 256GB Rs 1,39,900 for the variant, and Rs 1,59,900 for the 512GB storage variant.

Apple Authorized Retailers are offering discounts of up to 6000. There is a discount of up to Rs 6,000 on the iPhone 12 Mini and up to Rs 5,000 on the iPhone 12 Pro Max for purchases through HDFC credit cards.

According to the listing on Apple retailer India iStore, you will be able to avail Rs 6,000 cashback on HDFC Bank’s credit card and Rs 1,500 on HDFC Bank’s debit card after purchasing the iPhone 12 Mini.

On buying the iPhone 12 Pro Max, the benefit of Rs 5,000 cashback will be given on HDFC Credit Card and Rs 1,500 cashback on HDFC Bank Debit Card. The iStore listing states that Apple retailers are allowing buyers to exchange their old smartphones through Cashify and Servify.

Apart from this, retailers will also allow up to 16 months of no-cost EMI on the new iPhone 12 model. Apple itself is providing finance on equal monthly installments on zero downpayment.

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