Apple has become a leading brand for Smartphone all over the world. Its popularity is at the sky limits due to its amazing features. The company keeps on introducing new features to its smartphone that makes it advanced in the run with smartphone of the other brands. Especially in India, iPhone is hype and brings a lot of anxiety among the people to buy the latest model.
iPhone is an overpriced phone
One of the features that kept iPhone superior is its price. It is the most expensive Smartphone brand that is available in India. Apple iPhone X costs Rs. 59,999 while Apple iPhone X and Apple iPhone XS Max costs Rs. 1, 07,826 and Rs. 89,794 respectively. Thus, owning the most expensive phone in India is a status symbol for which it is a great hype for the people.
Another reason why Apple iPhone is such hype in India is its smooth performance. In the X-series of iPhone, Apple iPhone X has resolution of 1125×2436 pixels at a pixel density of 458 pixels per inch which gives the immersive viewing experience. Apple iPhone X is powered by a 2.39GHz hexa-core Apple A11 Bionic processor while Apple iPhone XS has hexa-core Apple A12 Bionic processor. Apple iPhone X based on iOS 11 while the later models are available in iOS 12 and iOS 13 which are far more better than the previous versions in terms of smooth performance. There is no lagging as well which is an added benefit for the users. On the other hand, the problem of lagging is very common in Android smartphones of some known mobile brand.
Advanced features are introduced first
There is no doubt that apple keeps on introducing new features to its smartpohone to bring new technologies to the users. Whether it is in terms of camera or AI technology, Apple has always remained on the top rank. Thus, to enjoy the technology at first, many Indians love to own iPhone. This keeps them competitive as well. Along with these, as apple is a well known brand so the customers don’t have to give a second thought to buy apple’s smartphone. This can be another reason why iPhone is a hype in India.