iPhone 12 Mini, Pro Max up for pre-approvals iPhone Upgrade Program customers

The iPhone 12 Mini costs 69,900 for the 64GB storage variant and 74,900 and 84,900 for the 128GB and 256GB variants respectively.
By HT TECH
| Updated on Nov 03 2020, 07:46 PM IST
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The iPhone 12 Mini and the iPhone 12 Pro Max will go on pre-orders on November 6. The two newly launched iPhone models will go on sale in India and elsewhere starting November 10. Ahead of the pre-orders, Apple has started offering the two iPhone models on pre-approvals to the customers under the iPhone Upgrade Program.

To pre-order the iPhone 12 Mini or the iPhone 12 Pro Max, all existing and new iPhone Upgrade Program members can open the Apple Store apps on their iPhones, select their preferred models, complete the iPhone upgrade process and purchase the new iPhone models on November 6.

MacRumors reports that this feature is available for iPhone Upgrade Program members in the US and Europe. The same is not available in India yet. If you are living in Europe, the 64GB variant of the iPhone 12 Mini is available for 29.12 per month, while the 128GB and 256GB variants are available for 31.20 Euros per month and 35.37 Euros per month.

The 128GB variant of the iPhone 12 Pro Max, on the other hand, is available for 45.79 Euros per month. Similarly, the 256GB variant and the 512GB variant will be available for 49.95 Euros per month and 58.29 Euros per month.

As far as India prices are concerned, the iPhone 12 Mini costs 69,900 for the 64GB storage variant and 74,900 and 84,900 for the 128GB and 256GB variants respectively. The iPhone 12 Pro Max, on the other hand, is priced at 1,29,900 for the 128GB storage variant, 1,39,900 for the 256GB variant and 1,59,900 for the 512GB variant.

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First Published Date: 03 Nov, 07:46 PM IST
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