The launch price of iPhone in India is Rs.44,500 and evidently, it will be much more costlier in India than the rest of the world.
Aircel and Bharti Airtel have officially announced that they will be launching the iPhone 4S in India. In addition, they have also announced the prices, which are substantially higher than the last generation iPhone 4. Aircel and Bharti Airtel have priced the 16GB variant at INR 44,500, and the 32GB variant at INR 50,900.
In fact, all Apple products are priced significantly higher in India than in US, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Chair Entertainment’s Infinity Blade is already recognized as one of the most gorgeously rendered games on the iOS platform. Infinity Blade 2 takes it to the next level. Mashable got an early preview of the first-person action/castle quest game and, after playing it on the Apple iPhone 4S, found it just as fun and thrilling as ever, but with a level of graphics detail rarely seen in a mobile game.
When Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S in October, it not only promised a more powerful A5-driven phone, but one that would support impressive graphic feats. The company even used Infinity Blade 2 to show off the new graphics chops. Sadly, when we got the phone, there were exactly zero games and apps that could actually demonstrate this new graphics prowess. We resorted to running the original Infinity Blade on the mobile device. It looked good, but was not demonstrably better than on the original iPhone 4.
Infinity Blade 2 is another story.
More than a month after the Apple iPhone 4S went on sale, the three largest U.S. wireless carriers are still struggling to keep up with customer demand for it.
Verizon Wireless customers may have to wait more than three weeks for the device, according to the carrier’s website. That compares with as much as 21 days at AT&T and up to 14 days at Sprint Nextel. While some tech blogs have suggested Apple’s manufacturing isn’t keeping pace, the carriers point to unexpectedly strong demand for the handset.
“We are having some supply issues in the sense that demand’s huge,” AT&T’s president of emerging devices, Glenn Lurie, said Wednesday. “We have had just record-breaking sales on it.”
The carriers are relying on the device to goose contract subscriber growth this quarter. Verizon Wireless and AT&T both reported slowdowns in iPhone activations in the most recent quarter, saying the more modest results were due to customers delaying action in anticipation of the latest model’s release.