Researchers conducted an investigation into iPhone prices. In 14 years, the price of iPhones has risen by 80 percent.
An investigation into the prices of Apple’s iPhone smartphones drew attention. Last month, Apple introduced its new smart devices at an event it hosted.
A new study looked atiPhone prices around the world and their rise and fall over the years. Here are the results…
iPhone prices are up more than 80 percent
According to a survey conducted by Self, price of iPhones has increased by more than 80 percent since they were first released in 2007. The study found that compared to the original iPhone, new models worldwide currently fetch an average of $400. According to MacRumors, the iPhone 13 costs $437 more than the original iPhone in 38 countries.
So, what are the factors driving the increase in the iPhone prices? The main reason for the price increase is more advanced technology and higher production costs. Inflation and Apple’s policy of raising prices to curb economic growth also affects prices.
However, according to the study, many countries experienced inflation and purchasing power growth during this period. “Our research shows that Apple has increased iPhone prices 26 percent more than local inflation,” said Self. said.
In addition, the researchers made a map to show iPhone price changes in more than 30 countries over 14 years, with GDP calculations. According to this map, the largest increase in iPhone prices is located in the United Arab Emirates. It turns out that the latest iPhono costs more than twice as much as the first model.
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