The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max were introduced in India earlier this month, and it’s been stated that both versions are reportedly being sold for far more than their listed official retail costs. Recent reports claim that there is a huge demand for the newest iPhone 15 smartphones in a number of nations, including India. According to recent rumors, this has caused the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max deliveries in some areas to be delayed until November.

Although the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max went on sale for the first time on September 22 in India and other international markets, the company’s handsets are currently out of supply at numerous authorized stores throughout the nation. According to News 18, these handsets are being marketed for a higher price than their suggested retail pricing.

The publication found that the 256GB iPhone 15 Pro Max Natural Titanium edition was being sold for Rs. 20,000 less than the MRP of Rs. 1,59,900 after making phone calls to stores in places including Delhi, Jaipur, and Thane. The iPhone 15 Pro Titanium Blue model with 256GB of internal storage cost Rs. 1,51,000, which is Rs. 6,000 higher than Apple’s suggested retail price.

According to the reports, the cost of the iPhone 15 Pro in Jaipur was Rs. 8,000 higher than the device’s suggested retail price in India. The iPhone 15 Pro Max, which has a 1TB model price of Rs. 1,99,900 in India, is reportedly sold by a store in Thane, Maharashtra, for Rs. 2,32.000.

Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF Securities, reported earlier this month that Apple was having production issues with the iPhone 15 Pro Max due to “robust” demand for the device. The difficulties in manufacturing the iPhone 15 Pro Max were “more pronounced” than those of the other models, according to Kuo at the time. Ten days after the devices were introduced at the company’s “Wonderlust” event on September 12th, the iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro, and iPhone 15 Pro Max went on sale in India and other international countries on September 22.

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