Removing the 3.5mm audio dongle means that users of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR will either have to use Bluetooth earphones, or headphones with Lightning connectors to be able to listen to music (or watch videos) in private.
Interestingly enough, the website has removed the prices for models like iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone SE. Moreover, Apple locally assembles iPhone SE and iPhone 6S models in India. However, official confirmation is yet to be received from Apple on this matter.
The iPhone Xs has been introduced in a 512 GB storage model as well.
Therefore, if you were in love with the smaller 4-inch compact form factor or don't want to part with the headphone jack on an iPhone, you can try your luck with the SE and 6S till stocks last. As well, the Beats Solo3 headphones are available from Apple now in Satin Silver and Satin Gold color options, which look sleek and pair well with both new and existing Apple products.
Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris ruled out of Liverpool match
In addition, English midfield supremo Dele Alli will also be absent for Tottenham after withdrawing from the England squad with a hamstring string, following England's defeat to Spain.
iPhone 8 64GB which was earlier priced at Rs 67,940 is now available at a lower price of Rs 59,900.
Unlike the USA market, where the iPhone X was entirely discontinued, the Indian variant of the iPhone X will also get a price cut like its older siblings. The iPhone 7 now starts at £449/$449, and the 7 Plus at £569/$569.
The oldest of the lot, the iPhone 6S is selling at Rs 29,900 for 32GB variant while the 128GB variant now costs Rs 39,900.