What the iPhone X Costs Around the World

Apple adjusts the prices of its devices from country to country, depending in part on local taxes and how each local currency compares to the US dollar.

In some countries, such as Canada and Japan, the iPhone X will cost about $ 100 more than it will be worth in the United States. In other countries, such as Italy and Ireland, Apple’s new smartphone can cost up to $ 400 more than in the US.

Apple analyst Gene Munster, of Loup Ventures, says that outside of the United States, iPhones tend to cost between $ 50 and $ 300 more.

But these high prices will not necessarily dissuade global buyers from acquiring the new iPhone. “It’s not usually a decisive factor,” he adds. According to him, that will be especially true with the futuristic model of the recently introduced iPhone X, which seems to be so different from the other cell phones of the technological giant.

Frank Gillett, an analyst at Forrester Research, points out that it is difficult to compare prices in different countries not only because they include conversions to the local currency and local taxes, but because the true cost of the device also depends on the average income of the inhabitants of each place.

Knowing that, we made a small list of how much the iPhone X will cost in 15 countries, according to the Apple website. All prices have already been converted to US dollars, using the Google Currency Calculator.

Germany: $ 1,375.
Australia: 1,266 dollars.
Canada: $ 1,082.
China: 1,285 dollars
France: 1,387 dollars.
Hong Kong: $ 1,099.
India: $ 1,391.
Ireland: 1,410 dollars.
Italy: 1,423 dollars.
Japan: 1,024 dollars.
Mexico: $ 1,325.
New Zealand: $ 1,311.
United Kingdom: $ 1,327.
Russia: 1,387 dollars.
Singapore: 1,224 dollars.

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