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Apple iPhone X is a dream for everyone, but due to its price, not everyone can buy it. But, what if we will tell you that there is a man who owns 100 iPhone X handsets.
Indian customs department has arrested a passenger at the Delhi airport with 100 new sealed boxes iPhone X, he was allegedly trying to smuggle them from another country.
A 53-old with was trying to smuggle the phone from Dubai was intercepted by customs on Friday. "Hundred iPhone X handsets worth a total of Rs 85.61 lakh were seized from his baggage after a thorough search," DNA quoted Additional Commissioner of customs at the airport, Amandeep Sing as saying.
The passenger was coming from Dubai in flight no - 6E048. Meanwhile, the man has been arrested under Section 104 and an investigation is underway.
In terms of revenue, Apple Inc has earned $150 billion and $34 billion in earnings in the first half of its fiscal year. Apple has launched its Apple iPhone X back in 2017 as it was its 10th-anniversary flagship the company tried its best to make it.
Last week we have reported that how Apple iPhone X become the most selling smartphone. Not only iPhone X, Apple has occupied the top four position when it comes to best selling.
According to Strategy Analytics report's, the iPhone X captured 5 percent of the global smartphone market in Q1 of 2018, within the span of three months company have shipped 16 million units. On the other hand, Apple shipped 12.5 million units of iPhone 8, which had a 3.6 percent share of the market, and the iPhone 8 Plus shipped 8.3 million units, and have 2.4 percent market share. Surprisingly iPhone 7 has also seen 5.6 million units shipped, apparently, this figure is a fall from its record 21.5 million units in Q1 2017.
The man who was arrested with the 100 iPhone X seems to be carrying all the 64GB variants, in India the 64GB base variant cost about Rs 85,000 and in Dubai its only cost Rs 70,000.