Thinking of getting an Apple iPhone X or MacBook Pro, well here is your chance to get one. Apple and HDFC have come out with a lucrative offer in which customers can get put Rs 10,000 on Apple products through EasyEMI on HDFC Bank Debit Cards, Credit Cards and Consumer Durable Loan. The offer is currently going on and is valid upto\u00a0March 11, 2018. However, the offer for Apple Watch will be available for 'Non-EMI transactions on HDFC Bank Credit Cards. The customers need to visit the \u2018iStore\u2019 which are the official retail stores of Apple to avail the offers. Purchasers should check with the store about products covered under ' No Extra Cost EMI' at the time of purchase. Moreover, the offer will not be applicable to Select Business and Corporate Cards. Interestingly, a customer can avail the offer twice per card during the offer period. Cashback shall be credited on or before 90 business days from the date of transaction on the best effort basis to all open and active card members accounts only. Here is full list of products and cashback offer:-\u00a0 1- iPhone X: Rs. 10,000 2- iPhone 8\/8+: Rs. 7,000 3- iPhone 7\/7+: Rs. 3,000 4- iPhone 6s\/6s+: Rs. 2,000 5- iPhone 6\/SE\/ 5s: Rs. 1,000 6- iPad: Rs. 5,000 7- Mac : Up to Rs 10,000 8- Apple Watch: Rs. 5,000 Meanwhile, in what seems to be a good news techies, tech-giant Apple may soon bring 4,000 new jobs to India. Apple is developing features for Indian customers, including maps and other products, creating over 4,000 jobs, an official at the US tech giant has said. Last year, Apple launched a first-of-its-kind App Accelerator in Bengaluru and it has already trained thousands of iOS developers. iOS is the operating system that powers Apple's suite of mobile devices. If someone is looking to build mobile applications for the iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, an iOS developer can help you get started. Indian app developers have created almost 100,000 apps for the App Store, an increase of 57 percent in 2016. Today in India, there are 740,000 app economy jobs attributable to iOS and Apple believes that this can increase substantially.\u00a0 "We began initial production of iPhone SE in May 2017 and couldn\u00c2\u2019t be happier with the progress our teams are making. Within the next six months, we plan to run our business in India on 100 per cent renewable energy," the official familiar with Apple's footprint in India said. \u00a0"We are expanding and developing features for Indian customers including support for Hindi dictation and new language keyboards on iOS11, support for local traffic in maps and up-to-date cricket scores and stats by simply asking Siri," said the company official In Hyderabad, our expanding team in Hyderabad is focused on developing maps for Apple products, creating over 4,000 jobs, the official added.