India is among the top fast growing markets in the world especially when it comes to smartphones and it seems that the tech giants are targeting the Indian markets to boost their smartphone sales. Well, the Apple’s fourth generation iPhone 4 which was released back in 2010 is expected to launch again in the form of 8GB iPhone 4 exclusively for Indian buyers. According to reports from The Economic Times, Apple is expected to start the sales of the 8GB iPhone 4 in a bid to gain more marketshare.
As we know that Apple is usually known for their high-end premium products, which is the reason why the developing markets are usually out of reach of the majority. So, in order to overcome the issue and increase their market share, Apple is planning to launch the 8GB iPhone 4 which will be priced at $243 or 15,000 Rupees, which is about $187 cheaper than the iPhone launched in 2010. Well, the idea of offering low-cost solutions to get hands on their products is not a new strategy for the companies like Apple and Samsung.
The reports also claim that Apple would be supplying their unsold iPhone 4 units from vendors all around the world, and which could even prove to be a huge undertaking. However, we don’t have any official announcement from Apple yet. But given that the reports are claimed by the Apple’s top trade partners in the region i.e. The Economic Times, it’s possible that Apple might be starting the sale of the 8GB iPhone 4 anytime soon within the next week. Stay tuned for more updates
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