Apple on Thursday updated its website to reveal the prices of its newly-launched iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models. Starting from the 32GB model of iPhone 7, the prices range from Rs 60,000 to Rs 92,000 for the 256GB version of iPhone 7 Plus. They go on sale in India from October 7. Neither model of the phone will come with a storage capacity of 64GB.

Earlier in the day, Apple slashed the prices of its iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus variants by as much as Rs 22,000, a week after it announced the launch of the newest iterations of its flagship smartphone. The 128GB variant of iPhone 6S, which was earlier priced at Rs 82,000, now costs Rs 60,000, while its bigger-screen alternative, which earlier sold for Rs 92,000, will now be available for Rs 70,000.

In more good news for iPhone enthusiasts, Apple has also introduced a 32GB variant for both iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, doing away with the unpopular 16GB version. The models come with a price tag of Rs 50,000 and Rs 60,000. The 64GB versions of the phones have also been discontinued.

The iPhone SE also saw its price slashed – its 64GB version now costs Rs 44,000 as compared to Rs 49,000. Apple India's website reflects the revised rates. While the discounts were expected, this is probably the biggest price cut Apple has ever introduced.