There is a big difference between the prices of consumer electronics worldwide. This also applies to Apple’s iPhone, which is the most expensive to acquire 6 in Denmark, among other things.
It hardly comes as any surprise that consumer electronics are more expensive in Europe, and especially in Scandinavia, but how big is the difference, in fact, if one compares with the United States?
It has one of the world’s largest banks, Deutsche Bank, taken a closer look at in the annual study “Mapping the world’s Prices”, as Business Insider has published the result of.
The Bank look every year prices through 20 widely used products from all over the world, where the iPhone 6 is included in this year’s price comparison. Not surprisingly, Denmark is located at the top of the list below with the 6. the highest price on the iPhone 6, which is 126% over the lowest price in the United States.
|COUNTRY||PRICE IN 2016 (KR.)||IN RELATION TO THE UNITED STATES|
|14. New Zealand||4,627||117%|
|20. The Philippines||4,528||114%|
|21. United Kingdom||4,455||112%|
|24. South Africa||4,382||111%|
|26. Hong Kong||4,010||101%|
|27. United States||3,970||100%|
“Do not drop your phone while you’re in Brazil, India, Sweden, Denmark or Italy”, it sounds sensible advice from Jim Reid, strategy of Deutsche Bank.
According to the study in Denmark as the price has been ratcheted up to entire 5,005 kroner (Apple’s website informs however 4,899 kroner) for the cheapest model, while you just must of with the equivalent of 3,970 crowns for a brand-new iPhone 6 in the United States.
However, it is not all bad for here at home, since Brazil is the sovereign most expensive country to acquire a new iPhone in. With a price that is one and a half times in the United States, Brazilians for the whole hive 6,200 dollars out of his pocket for the now-and-a-half year old iPhone.
In Denmark, it is, of course, VAT at 25%-equivalent to just under 600 dollars-is the primary reason for the huge price difference in about 900 dollars compared to in the United States. Therefore, it is only about the 300 crowns, as Apple actually takes extra for just the iPhone 6 in Denmark.