Turkey, Brazil, Russia and Greece are the countries where Apple's device costs the most. At an average of 906 euros, Italy ranks sixth
In addition to being a valuable cell phone, the iPhone is above all a symbol of status. It's no surprise that the device made by Apple is one of the most expensive smartphones to buy. Like any consumer good, its price is not always the same and can vary depending on the country in which it is sold.
According to "Mapping the World's Prices 2017," an annual report produced by Deutsche Bank, Turkey is the place where buying an iPhone is cheapest. On average, in fact, to buy the device of the house based in Cupertino in the state of the Crescent, it is necessary to spend 1200 American dollars. That is, according to the current exchange rate, 1100 euros. A price not really within everyone's reach, considering that here the minimum monthly wage is around 460 euros. With 1115 dollars, in second place among the countries where the iPhone costs more, we find Brazil, which in 2016 was on the highest step.
In Italy you spend 906 euros
Two other countries where it is advisable not to enter an Apple Store are Russia and Greece. In Moscow, in fact, to buy an iPhone are required 1086 dollars, while in the Hellenic state the green tickets go down to 1028. And Italy? Unfortunately the Bel Paese, in this special ranking, is among the first 10, placing itself with 995 dollars, or 906 euros, in sixth place. And what are, instead, the states where buying an iPhone costs less? The United States, obviously. In fact, 815 dollars are enough to take home a bitten apple cell phone. Japan and Hong Kong follow. The Deutsche Bank report compares the price of the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 with 128 GB of internal memory.