September 17, 2018

If there is one thing for certain when it comes to the release of a new iPhone, it is the fact that it is going to be a more expensive than the last one. With yesterday’s announcement for Apple’s new phones in Cupertino, the price for the IT giants’ flagships product can cost an U.S. customer $1,449 for the first time. However, compared to other countries in the world, this still is considered cheap. Whilst prices will rise only by 2 percent when exported to Japan compared to domestic prices, German Apple disciples will have to accept a 32 percent price raise if they want the have the new iPhone at day one.

Infographic: New iPhones Will Be Far More Expensive Outside The U.S. | Statista You will find more infographics at Statista

Source: https://www.statista.com/chart/15447/iphone-xs-price-per-country/

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