Apple products are expensive; they always have been and always will be. Depending on where you live, the prices vary, but it is safe to say even the cheapest iPhone 13 is considered expensive for an ordinary man. Imagine the predicament of Apple iPhone lovers in Brazil who have to pay several times more for the same device. According to Google Flights, a round trip on Azul and United Airlines in business class from Rio De Janeiro to Miami costs $1300. At the risk of sounding like an exaggerator, this price is literally half of what it would be to purchase the latest iPhone 13 in Brazil.
Let it be known those of you who need that new and shiny iPhone 13 Pro Max with 1TB of storage will pay $1,599 in the United States or up to $2,950.45 in Brazil. In fact, you could take a round trip, buy the new model and still save some money in other parts of the United States. Thanks to higher taxes and bad currency, Brazil nearly consistently ranks among the most expensive states to buy an iPhone 13. According to 9to5mac, a report led by Nukeni and shows all the sales prices, including taxes of the SIM-free iPhone 13 on the Apple website for each country.
The cheapest iPhone 13 Pro – 128GB is available in the United States for $999, and the most expensive model is in Brazil for $1,808.26 and Turkey for $1,893.24, which is double. Similarly, the iPhone 13 Pro Max – 128GB sells for $1,099 in the United States, the cheapest in the world. Brazil and Turkey again score a top place for being the most expensive regions to purchase the model for $1,998.63 and $2,129.91, respectively. Would you buy the iPhone 13 Pro Max if it cost almost $3000?