The new Apple iPhones are announced, and the world is talking about them continuously. As like every year Apple claiming them to be faster and better than previous models, this year wasn’t any different. Some liked the new phones while some aren’t even concerned with the new iPhones at all.
For those are looking for pricing and availability in their respective regions, we are giving them one-stop post where they can compare prices of their country with others, as we like to do so. Let’s find out which country would be paying the most for the Apple’s new iPhone 7.
Before we talk about pricing, let’s talk about the availability. At the launch event, the company announced that total of 28 countries would be able to pre-order during the first phase roll-out of the iPhone 7. Naming the countries from the list – Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan and Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UAE, United Kingdom and United States.
The residents of the countries listed above can pre-order the device starting on September 9th, and it will get their devices starting September 16th as well as would be made available at offline stores from the day. Starting with the United States, it would be available with select mobile carriers such as AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless. Currently, apart from T-Mobile on the list, every one is offering to enroll for iPhone Upgrade Program online, while with T-mobile you would have to head over to the Apple Store.
Check out the table below to find out the official pricing of the iPhone 7 in different countries/continents.
After analysing the Official pricing in the countries listed in the table, it can be found that Indians would be paying the highest amount at Rs 60,000 for the 32GB standard variant of the iPhone 7. While in the United States consumers enjoy the lowest priced iPhone 7. Consumers residing in the European countries have to pay the second highest amount, Rs 56990, which can be said due to the Brexit effect.
For Indians, who are waiting to buy the handset in the country, which is stated for release in exactly after one month of the launch announcement, i.e. October 7th. They can rather go with the option to buy carrier unlocked iPhone 7 from the United States. It would be a better idea to import the device from the United States or any other country for a fact. The reason behind this say is that Indian Government might be soon implementing the No Excise Duty rule for Consumers Electronics priced up to Rs 50,000. Though, do cross check with the Indian customs officials before making this purchase based on the information provided here.
Let us know in the comments section how much you are willing to pay for the Apple iPhone 7. Or you are sticking with your current iPhone model, either wise comment below.
Disclaimer: Apple hasn’t announced separate pricing for European countries. Which is why we haven’t mentioned individual countries name, instead used Europe in the listed table above. Do make a note that the pricing mentioned in the table is for 32GB standard variant. We have also taken Indian Rupees currency as the standard to compare the prices between countries.