Apple’s high-end iPhone models are some of the most expensive smartphones you can buy, and if you live outside the U.S., you have to pay even more for them. According to the latest price report, the device is up to 156 percent more expensive in countries like Brazil and Indonesia. In its “Mapping the World’s Prices” report for 2016, Deutsch Bank looks at the price of the iPhone 6 around the world — and the results are pretty astonishing. In comparison with the U.S., which is the most affordable place to buy an iPhone, some countries pay a lot more. “Don’t lose your phone while away in Brazil, India, Sweden, Denmark, or Italy,” said Jim Reid, who writes the “Early Morning Reid” report for Deutsche. These are the most expensive countries to buy an iPhone — even after prices have fallen which list are made by Insidermonkey.
In the U.S., Apple sells the iPhone 6s for $649 at its online store. In other countries that have online Apple stores, the price -- which we have converted to U.S. dollars -- ranges from $636.18 to $1029.41. Turkey is by far the most expensive -- an iPhone 6s will set customers back more than $1000. On the other hand, it's actually cheaper to buy an iPhone 6s in Canada than it is in the U.S. The price of an iPhone 6s even fluctuates throughout Europe, despite the fact that those countries share the Euro as the common currency. While all these countries use a common currency, they have different import taxes and levies, which affect the price. The phone sells for $842.22 in Italy, while it goes for $809.78 in France, Spain, Belgium and the Netherlands. In Luxembourg it's only $783.41. This price variation isn't anything new for Apple (AAPL, Tech30). The company has a history of charging customers different prices based on which country they're in and how the local currency compares to the U.S. dollar. You can also check our another list of most expensive countries to buy and own a car in the world which is made our experts.Read More!