Long queues of people were witnessed at various Apple stores, as iPhone5 was officially launched at various stores in Delhi, Gurgaon and Mumbai, etc. Showcasing the importance of India, the smartphone has been launched in the country ahead of China.
APPLE LOVERS from India
were eagerly awaiting the launch of iPhone 5 in the country. Their wait got over on the 2nd of November 2012, when it was officially launched at various outlets in Bangalore, Delhi, Gurgaon, Mumbai, etc. Long queues were seen outside Delhi’s DLF
Place Mall, where every Apple fan wanted to be the first one to get a real and closer look at iPhone 5.
iPhone 5 is available in three different sizes – 16 GB, which costs Rs 45,000, 32 GB at 52,500 and 64 GB at 59,500. But, it is the 16 GB iPhone, which people in India would prefer to buy most, as it comes at a good cost compared to other smartphones. Apple, Samsung and HTC are among the best sellers of smartphones in India, with Apple being the favourite for many.
Apple lovers are not disappointed with the features included in the phone. It includes a 4-inch retina display. It also comes with a good resolution of 1136×640 pixels. Many praise the smartphone for its picture, which Apple seems to have given a good attention. It has an 8 megapixel camera along with another front camera, which is 1.2 megapixels. It also has a dual core A-6 chip as, which is also said to be very fast. IPhone 5 is also said to be weighing less than its earlier versions, as it weighs only 112 grams.
With the iPhone 5 in good demand, those people who are interested in owning one should visit their closest stores to lay their hands on it, as early as possible as stocks may be limited in India. It has been selling like hotcakes around the world, as it is said to have sold around 5 million devices in the first week itself, reported firstpost.com. Various websites had already started taking in pre-orders for iPhone5 to cater to the craze of our fellow Indians.