A 53-year-old man was gotten and arrested at Indira Gandhi International Airport for carrying 100 handsets of iPhone X. The air intelligence unit got information that the man would go to the airport on Friday.
“Hundred iPhone X handsets worth a sum of Rs 85.61 lakh were seized from his baggage after an search,” Additional Commissioner of customs at the airport, Amandeep Singh, said. The cell phones were seized under Section 110 of the Customs Act, 1962.
The iPhone X is sold in India at an impressively higher cost when compared with different nations. The iPhone X (64GB Model) costs Rs 84,990 in India and can go up to Rs 108,930 for the 256GB variation. The purpose behind high costs for the iPhone X is generally because of high import duties as Apple does not make the model in India. Because of rising costs, individuals frequently select to buy iPhones from nations that offer it at a less expensive cost. Apple as of late reported overall guarantee for iPhones that urges clients to get Apple’s most recent iPhone at a less expensive cost.
The iPhone X costs AED 4,965 in Dubai which is generally INR 78,294 and is very lucrative for dealers to offer Apple’s items at a higher net revenue. Apple’s iPhone X is right now the world’s top of the line cell phone as indicated by look into firm Strategy Analytics and it appears like the interest for a less expensive iPhone X wouldn’t back off at any point in the near future.