You're in a very price-sensitive market, and your competition is far ahead. Even if you're in top-of-the-line iPhone models, you're still not at the top of the pile! So, what do we have next for Apple in Indian markets?
Here we go, as local media – The Economic Times in his highlighted report "Apple stops selling iPhone SE, 6, 6S, 6s Plus in India."  Apple iPhone SE, 6, 6 Plus, 6s Plus Fased out of Indian Markets
Market strategy that can be assumed goes according to what the news suggests, but Apple failed to get it right in India on the price front. It has also brought down the number of distributors to two from five last year and also stopped arbitrary discounts to regulate pricing to a degree.
How the above measures appear, only time will tell! Meanwhile, Apple logged in Rs 1
These iPhone models were rated low priced in Apple India's stable, and did not affect the mind and catches of Indian consumers due to high entry-level prices. But the US website for Apple still shows these models showing continuity and popularity.
As for industry insiders, stocks are down for these models, and local distributors have been notified to sell out so new entry level iPhone6 models will be put in place.
Etailers Amazon and Flipkart also have these models of Apple iPhones, and it is quite obvious that the shares are not replenished.
Succumbing to market conditions to get a hold on Indian markets for a while now, Appl I took advantage of strong discounting and pricing strategy at the expense of erosive earnings that negatively impacted on the top and bottom line. The infusion of new models and phasing out of old models will permeate the income losses and express the balance, insiders say.
In this way, phasing out the iPhone models in today's crop will reduce costs and pair losses.
Previously, the media reported that the shipping from Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 from India to the EU was established in India, and promising production base.
From Removable Boxes (Volume as They Say) to Few Impairment Increase is what Apple India can now seek to acquire, even though new and expensive models will be brought into bounds and justify its Indian presence.