Italy, after Hungary, is the European country where the new iPhone X will cost the most. But the situation is no better in either Germany or the UK
The new iPhone X has excited Apple fans and more generally lovers of smartphones and new technologies. The bad news, however, is that the new iPhone will be sold at a high price in our country. Italy is in fact one of the markets where iPhone X costs more.
Italy is the second country in Europe where the iPhone X will cost more. For our consumers, Apple has in fact decided to sell the 64GB version at 1,189 euros and the 256GB version at 1,359 euros. Across the Old Continent, the iPhone X costs more only in Hungary. The version with reduced storage in Budapest will cost you about 1,240 euros while the 256GB model will touch 1,500 euros. It's no better in the UK. The same models of the new Cupertino smartphone for the subjects of His Majesty cost, net of currency exchange, respectively 1,119 euros and 1,290 euros. Similar situation to the Italian one in Germany. In Berlin, the 64GB iPhone X will cost around 1,150 euros while the 256GB one will be priced around 1,300 euros.
Price differences iPhone X
It's not news that a latest-generation iPhone costs more in the rest of the world than in the United States. But it is a very marked difference and never recorded in the past. Suffice it to say that in the U.S. territory the 64GB iPhone X costs $999. At the current exchange rate just under 840 euros. Similar markets to the US for the iPhone X are Singapore and Australia. In the Asian country, the 256GB model comes in at around 1,180 euros. Practically as much as the 64GB version in Italy. While in the Australian continent the same version with smaller storage slightly exceeds one thousand euros. In short, for Italian fans who want to buy an iPhone X but who would also like to save something, there is no choice but to turn to the U.S. market or wait for any, but unlikely, declines in the coming months. Apple, in fact, until the release of a new smartphone is unlikely to touch up the launch price of an iPhone.