How iPhone Prices Vary in Different Countries [Chart]
Deutsche Bank analysts Jim Reid and Sukanto Chanda have recently compared the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s prices in 33 countries to find out where the phone is the cheapest. The results are not surprising, but still worth taking a look at.
As it turns out, the US customers enjoy the lowest prices in the world. The iPhone 7 costs $815, while the iPhone 6s is $707. The highest iPhone prices are observed in Turkey, Brazil, and Russia – $1200, $1115, and $1086 for the iPhone 7 respectively. The iPhone 6s is slightly cheaper, but still way overpriced in these countries. The prices are $1080 in Brazil, $1032 in Turkey, and $943 in Russia.
The analysts compared the prices of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 with 128GB of storage on board and the 4.7-inch iPhone 6s with 128GB of storage. They used the prices of local Apple Online Stores or the prices offered by retailers for countries where Apple doesn’t have official presence.
What do you think about the results of the study? Leave your comments below.
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