The iPhone 15 series was launched by Apple at an event in September this year. It was received well by users as people queued up at the Apple store to get their hands on the new devices on the first day. And scammers are using the fanbase of the new handsets to dupe people. In a recent post on X, formerly called Twitter, PIB Fact Check, the fact-checking unit of the Press Information Bureau, shared an ongoing scam that claims India Post is offering an iPhone 15 as a Diwali gift.
According to the post on X, the lucky draw asks for information from users to reveal personal details and promises an iPhone 15 as a gift. The X handle added that this is a fraud and is not associated with India Post.