The iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 12 Pro went up to the Max Pre-order last FridayThe company has announced that the full range of 2020 iPhones will arrive in several countries, including Brazil, on November 20th. While this may seem irrelevant, Brazil will once again have the most expensive iPhone in the world – but may lose first place in the rankings in the next few weeks.
Pre-orders for the iPhone 12 will start in Brazil on November 13th, a week before reaching phone stores. The company has revealed local prices, which are not very exciting for Brazilians.
More than that, the Brazil website Technoblock Brazil has the most expensive iPhone 12 in the world, compared to other countries where Apple’s latest smartphone is already available.
Customers planning to buy a 64GB iPhone 12 Mini in Brazil will have to pay R $ 6,999, which equates to $ 1,270. Italy ranks next in the rankings for the same model, but with a significantly lower price: 39,839, or US $ 996. In the United States, the iPhone 12 Mini starts at 29,729, considering the full price.
Compared to the 512GB iPhone 12 Pro Max prices, the differences are even more significant. In this category Brazil again has the most expensive phone, which is equivalent to R $ 13,999 – or US $ 2,535 at Apple. However, this time India has been priced at $ 1,59,900 or US $ 2,159 for the same model in second place. In the United States, the most expensive iPhone 12 Pro Max model is priced at 3 1,399.
Here are some highlights of Technoblock IPhone 12 Mini (64GB) Price Report Worldwide:
- Brazil: US $ 1,268
- Italy: US $ 996
- Portugal: US $ 984
- Mexico: US $ 967
- France: US $ 961
- India: US $ 944
- Japan: US $ 795
- Hong Kong: US $ 774
- United States: US $ 729
Also for the iPhone 12 Pro Max (512GB) price:
- Brazil: US $ 2,535
- India: US $ 2,159
- Italy: US $ 1,946
- Portugal: US $ 1,934
- France: US $ 1,911
- Germany: US $ 1,851
- Japan: US $ 1,602
- Hong Kong: US $ 1,523
- United States: $ 1,399
It is worth noting that Brazil may soon lose first place in the rankings, as the iPhone 12 has not yet been introduced in Argentina, which usually has higher prices. Apple does not discuss how they set their prices around the world, but they vary according to each country’s tax and currency.
In Brazil and India, for example, the government imposes higher taxes on devices not manufactured in the country. Comes from Apple Connecting iPhones in these two countries Get some tax breaks, but there are also higher taxes other than the import charges that affect the price of these products.
The local currency of these countries also has a huge impact on the price of products such as the iPhone, because Apple has to set high prices to ensure that there is no loss with stable currency fluctuations – something that is very common in Brazil.
If you visit any of these countries, make sure you do not lose your iPhone when visiting an Apple store.
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