The Apple iPhone 12 Mini (64 GB) can be purchased at ₹41,199 against its market or retail price of ₹59,900 with a discount of 31 percent on Flipkart. That is you can buy the phone at a discount of ₹18,701. But this is not all. You can reduce the cost of the iPhone further by availing offers and coupons. Users of Flipkart Axis Bank Credit Card can get a cashback of 5 percent during this transaction. You can also buy the iPhone by exchanging your older smartphone under the exchange offer being offered on Flipkart. If you buy iPhone 12 Mini with exchange then you can get up to ₹15,450 off.
Considering purchasing an Apple iPhone? Flipkart has announced a significant reduction in the pricing of the iPhone 12 Mini. iPhones are pricey, and not everyone can afford them. The easiest method to avoid this is to get them while they are on sale. And it just happened on Flipkart, an ecommerce firm that is now giving fantastic rates on the iPhone 12 Mini. The 64 GB edition of the Apple iPhone 12 Mini has been reduced to under 40,000 rupees on Flipkart, if purchased with specific incentives and promotions.
While the other features on the smartphone include splash, water and dust Resistant (Rated IP68 (Maximum Depth of 6 Metres Upto 30 Minutes) Under IEC Standard 60529), Ceramic Shield Front, Aerospace-grade Aluminium, Compatible with MagSafe Accessories and Wireless Chargers, Audio Playback: Spatial Audio Playback, Supports Dolby Atmos, Video Playback: HDR with Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG. The sensors on the device include Face ID, Barometer, Accelerometer, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor, among others.
However, you need to enter your pin code and check if the exchange offer is available at your place or not. Also, the off on price with exchange depends on the model of the phone you are exchanging. The Apple iPhone 12 Mini comes with a 13.72 cm (5.4 inch) super retina XDR display, A14 Bionic Chip with next-generation neural engine processor, ceramic shield, dual rear camera (12MP + 12 MP), 12MP front camera, etc.
WhatsApp Edit Recipients feature to roll out soon. (Reuters) Instant messaging app WhatsApp is reportedly testing a feature to select recipients before sending a photo or video. WhatsApp is planning to redesign the interface that informs who the users are sending the media to. WhatsApp tracker WABetaInfo has shared the same in one of its posts. They have mentioned that the app is planning the redesign to allow users to pick new recipients before sending the media in a future update.
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Moreover, the instant messaging platform will also provide a feature where users will get an option to upload the media to their status update, even if they’re sending the image, video, GIF to a WhatsApp chat. As per reports, the update is being tested for both Android as well as iOS version. However, there is no fixed timeline for the same, it seems.
New update will allow users to share media in their status update while sending them to WhtasApp Chat. The users will see this option to share the media in their status update while selecting the recipient for sharing any media (image or video). This will make it easy for users to share the media in the Status when sending it to some contacts individually. However, the users can also avoid sharing the media in status updates if they don’t want to share. WABetaInfo even has a screenshot from the Android beta version of the update, which shows that the feature is under development for Android system, and the same update would also be added to a future beta version of WhatsApp for iOS.
While nothing is confirmed about the feature yet, it appears similar to the Snapchat feature where one image could be sent to individual users in their chat as well as uploaded in the status update at the same time. However, the main feature in Snapchat, is status update and sending it to users individually is an extension, but in WhatsApp, the main feature is sending the media to multiple individual chats and adding it to Status is an extension. Moreover, WhatsApp is also working on a feature that will allow group admins to control the flow of the content in WhatsApp group. Even the admin will be allowed to delete a message sent by the group members if they don’t want other members to see it.