Several third-party resellers in China are offering discounts on the iPhone 11 range this week, saving up to $ 227 over a high-end iPhone 11 Pro Max, according to the South China Morning Post .
On JD.com, the 64GB version of base 11 phone now costs 4,999 yuan ($ 708), 500 yuan ($ 70) cheaper than the original price. The more expensive iPhone 11 Pro has an even steeper price cut that saves 1,200 yuan ($ 170). And the premium iPhone 11 Pro Max is sold for a whopping 1,600 yuan ($ 227).
The savings are likely to be passed on by Apple to boost demand at a time when consumer confidence and spending are lower. However, the company declined to comment on whether it had approved the price cuts, and the prices for "iPhone 1
Chinese resellers offered similar discounts for iPhone XS and iPhone XR models in early 2019, shortly after Apple lowered its sales forecast for the first quarter of fiscal year 2019 due to fewer iPhone upgrades than expected, especially in the Greater China region.
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