Apple Diwali Offers Revealed; Up To Rs. 7,000 Instant Discount

As usual, Apple has begun its Diwali Festival sale today. The company has stated that the holiday season has arrived and that the Apple Online Store is currently offering fantastic deals to brighten everyone’s season. Users will receive 7% instant savings on all products, up to Rs 7,000 as part of the sale.

Users of HDFC Bank or American Express credit cards can save up to Rs. 7,000 on orders over Rs. 41,900 across all products. This promotion is valid for one or more items totalling Rs. 41,900. Leading banks provide no-cost EMIs for 3 or 6 months. You can also trade in your old smartphone and get credit right away if you want to buy a new iPhone.

Apple Diwali Offers Revealed; Up To Rs. 7,000 Instant Discount

Customers can easily trade in their old smartphone for store credits that can be used toward the purchase of a new iPhone using Apple Trade-In.

Customers can personalise iPad, AirTag, AirPods, and Apple Pencil (2nd Gen) products with engraving in Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, and English. It is only applicable in the free online Apple Store. Customers can personalise every new Mac to meet their needs, whether it’s more RAM, more storage, or a more powerful graphics card.

Apple Specialists are available to assist and advise customers at the Apple Store Online. Apple customers can get online and phone support in English and Hindi for everything from product features to device setup. While shopping, Apple assists you in making the most of your new device. Schedule a free consultation with a specialist to go over fundamental and advanced topics.

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Apple is hosting an online event with Sikh artist Keerat Kaur as part of Diwali to bring your favourite memory to life on the iPad. Users are guided by Keerat through the exploration of colour, characters, motifs, and other elements to create a unique creation. The online event will take place between 8:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 5, 2022. (IST).