For Plus members, Flipkart Big Saving Days are now available. The Apple iPhone 14 is available on the Walmart-owned e-commerce site for the “lowest-ever” price as part of the deal. The smartphone’s 128GB storage variant may be purchased for a reduced price of 66,999. The additional discount on ICICI Bank and CitiBank cards is up to 10%.
In September of last year, the Apple iPhone 14 was released. It has a starting price of 79,900 for a variant with 128GB of storage. However, it is currently on sale at Flipkart for a flat 14% discount. Similar to the 64GB model, the 256GB and 512GB editions of the phone are being offered at a reduced price of 76,999 and 96,999, respectively.
The present is one of the ideal periods to purchase the most recent iPhone if you have been considering doing so. The Apple iPhone 14 is available in the following hues: Midnight, Purple, Starlight, Product RED, and Blue.
Apple iPhone 14 specifications
The 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display on the Apple iPhone 14 is one of its features. A resolution of 2532×1170 pixels characterises the phone’s display. The smartphone is splash- and spill-resistant and has ceramic shield protection. The Apple A15 Bionic chipset is what drives the gadget, along with storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The iPhone 14 comes in a variety of colours that consumers can select from.
The device has a new 12MP front TrueDepth camera with an f/1.9 aperture for low-light performance, as well as a 12MP primary lens with a bigger sensor and larger pixels. When recording video in the midst of an action, Apple now offers an Action mode that smoothes out shaking, movements, and vibrations. These smartphones also offer a Cinematic mode that enables users to record 4K at 30 and 24 frames per second.
The Apple iPhone 14 comes with accident detection and Emergency SOS via Satellite, however for the time being, just for the US and Canada. The iPhone’s crash detection feature can identify serious auto accidents and contact emergency services.
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