Apple has launched its latest devices, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in India and Malaysia today. These are two new countries in addition to the 42 countries where the devices were made available a week ago. The new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus prices start from ₹62,000.
The latest iPhones comes with the new feature called 3D Touch, powered by A9 processor, along with new 12 megapixel camera to shoot 4k videos and live photos.
Apple has promised to make the devices available in more than 130 countries by the end of the year. Initially, Apple sold 13 million iPhones during the opening weekend and launching the devices in more countries would generally increase sales for Apple.
Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted to thank the fans who waited at midnight for the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to become available for sale.
Recently Apple announced a store–in–store partnership with one of the leading electronics chain, Croma, to open Apple Stores within Croma stores in India. All these stores are set to open by Diwali next month, so you will have to wait further if you really want to buy your new iPhone from Apple Store else you can buy from other sellers in the country.
In addition to the devices launch today, Apple is planning to make its Apple Watch available by Diwali.