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Apple enthusiasts in a few Asian nations to pay extra for iPhone 14 Buyers of the fundamental iPhone 14 in Japan – wherein the yen has slumped 24% on the grounds that September – pays 20% extra than

they did for the iPhone thirteen whilst it changed into released a yr in the past at 99,800 yen Apple Inc on Wednesday stored expenses for its state-of-the-art iPhone solid with inside the United States, however raised expenses in a few Asian nations wherein currencies have dropped towards the greenback with inside the beyond yr.

Buyers of the fundamental iPhone 14 in Japan – wherein the yen has slumped 24% on the grounds that September – pays 20% extra than they did for the iPhone thirteen whilst it changed into released a yr in the past at 99,800 yen ($692.81). The iPhone thirteen presently prices 107,800 yen in Japan.

Earlier this yr, Apple hiked the fee of the version via way of means of almost a 5th to 117,800 yen after the yen weakened. In China, though, Apple’s third-biggest marketplace after the United States, the agency priced the iPhone 14 at 5,999 yuan ($862.42) – similar to the iPhone thirteen release fee – notwithstanding a 7% drop with inside the currency.

Analysts have stated Apple must brace for a weakening of call for in China, wherein the financial system has been harm via way of means of a sequence of COVID-19 lockdowns which have squeezed patron spending.

Apple’s April-June quarterly sales in Greater China fell 1% a streak of robust quarters with inside the region. The agency had formerly introduced reductions on iPhones in China, wherein the iPhone thirteen is now to be had at 5,399 yuan.

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