The highly anticipated Apple iPhone X can be pre-ordered starting October 2 and available for shipping from November 3. For those who live in the US, it will cost $999, but how much is it going to be for everyone else around the world?
We all know Apple charges more for their devices outside the US, so let’s see exactly how much more. While countries like Canada and Japan will only overpay around $100 compared to the US price, for some other countries, like Ireland and Italy, it will be a whopping $400 price jump. In the UK iPhone X is priced at £999, which is about $1,327.
According to Apple’s website, with prices converted to US dollars, here are some of the countries and price tags:
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Historically, countries where iPhones cost the most include Brazil, Turkey, Sweden, Hungary, Russia, and China.
So what can you do if you happen to live outside the US, really want to buy an iPhone X, but don’t want to pay the exaggerated price? Beat the system and get it directly from the USA! It is the smart way to shop and Parcl can help you make it happen. Our network of forwarders will ensure you get it no matter where you live. You can order your iPhone X from the US right now - it’s free and doesn’t require any commitment, so give it a shot, see how much is the total and make the right decision!