Apple iPhone 6 prices – South Africa vs The World

Apple’s iPhone range is popular, with a recent report by Gartner showing that iPhones made up 14.8% of global smartphone sales in Q1 of 2016.

South Africa is no exception, with Apple’s devices desired by many local consumers looking for a high-end smartphone.

With top performance comes expensive pricing, though, and Apple’s 6 and 6S range of phones all sell for over R11,000 in SA.

Deutsche Bank’s Mapping the World’s Prices report for 2016 took the price of the iPhone 6 – between R11,999 and R13,999 on the iStore – and ranked how much it cost in 27 countries, including South Africa.

The table below details Deutsche Bank’s findings.

Apple iPhone 6 Prices
Country 2015 Price (USD) 2016 Price (USD) Relative to the US
Brazil 1,254 931 156%
Indonesia 864 865 145%
Sweden N/A 796 133%
India 853 784 131%
Italy N/A 766 128%
Denmark N/A 754 126%
Finland N/A 743 124%
Belgium N/A 732 122%
Netherlands N/A 732 122%
Spain N/A 732 122%
France 769 732 122%
Germany 758 727 122%
Australia 768 707 118%
New Zealand 812 697 117%
Russia 932 695 116%
China 862 693 116%
Canada 750 692 116%
Malaysia 686 691 116%
Mexico 787 687 115%
Philipines 803 682 114%
United Kingdom 800 671 112%
Switzerland 787 666 111%
Singapore 719 661 111%
South Africa 818 660 111%
Japan 726 637 107%
Hong Kong 721 604 101%
United States 708 598 100%

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