The Great Freedom Festival, a massive six-day sale to commemorate India’s 75th Independence Day on Aug. 15, has been launched by the retail giant Amazon. The business has announced significant discounts and deals on a variety of goods.

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In this photograph taken on November 18, 2020 in Lille, a person poses with a smartphone showing an Amazon logo, in front of a computer screen displaying the home page of Amazon France sales website. – Elected officials and associations calling for a boycott, small shopkeepers denouncing unfair competition, trade unions protesting against harsh working conditions: the online sales giant Amazon is once again at the centre of criticism in France. An open letter signed by some 120 lawmakers, union leaders, NGOs and business owners on November 16 called for a special tax on Amazon and other “profiteers from the crisis”.

Discounted Apple Products Are Up for Grabs!

If you have always been looking forward to buying an Apple product at a discounted price, this is your best chance. As reported first by Business Insider, Amazon and SBI have teamed up to provide a 10% immediate discount on credit card purchases up to ₹2,000 ($25).

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LONDON, ENGLAND – JULY 26: Iphone 13’s on display during a press preview of Apple’s new Knightsbridge store on July 26, 2022 in London, England. Apple has 520 stores across the globe with 40 of them in the UK.

For all users, the Great Freedom Festival sale is currently active. You have plenty of time to purchase your favorite Apple devices since the sale will last through August 10th.

But of course, it’s better to be early to be safe. Below is the list of best deals for Apple products that you can grab!

Best Deals on Apple Products

iPhone 13 (128GB) – Midnight

Price: ₹69,900 ($880)

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The newest flagship smartphone from Apple is the iPhone 13. It has a great camera, display, and performance. It is now offered for  ₹69,900 ($880) instead of the original price of  ₹79,900 ($1,006).

Check out the product here!

iPad 2021

Price: ₹ 27,900 ($351)

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The iPad 2021 comes with an A13 Bionic CPU and a big 10.2-inch display. It was originally priced at ₹30,900 ($389) but is now on sale for just ₹27,900 ($351).

Check out the product here!

Apple Macbook Pro 2022

Price: ₹ 1,32,990 ($1,675)

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The 13.3-inch laptop has a strong processor and large storage space. It is now offered for ₹1,32,990 ($1,675), which is a significant reduction from the ₹1,42,990 ($1,801) it originally cost.

Check out the product here!

 AirPods Pro

Price:₹17,990 ($226)

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The AirPods Pro can provide spatial audio and active noise cancellation. It was originally priced at ₹24,900 ($313) but is now on sale for ₹17,990 ($226).

Check out the product here!

Written by Joaquin Victor Tacla

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