Luxembourg has emerged as the world’s most efficient country for purchasing the iPhone 15.

Apple, an American multinational technology firm located in Cupertino, California, just announced iPhone 15 pricing. They are so exorbitant that individuals must spend up to 89.97% of their annual salary to get the next-generation iPhone.

The iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, which come in 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch display sizes, start at Rs 79,900 and Rs 89,900, respectively, in India. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max start at Rs 134,900 and Rs 159,900, respectively, and are also available in 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch display sizes.

Percentage of India’s annual earnings required to purchase an iPhone 15

According to CompareDial, a website that compares phone and SIM contract deals, the base model of the iPhone 15 with 128 GB of storage costs 38.6 percent of the average yearly earnings in the country.

When we compute the price of the iPhone 15 in terms of hours of work, we get 802.84 hours, which is comparable to 100.36 days of work.

An Indian would need to spend 77.24 percent of the average monthly earnings in the country to acquire the most expensive model, the iPhone 15 Pro Max 1TB.

Myanmar is the world’s most expensive country.

When it comes to purchasing an iPhone 15, Myanmar is the world’s most expensive country. To purchase the base model iPhone 15 with 128 GB of storage, a citizen of the country must spend 89.97 percent of their average monthly earnings.

In Myanmar, the price of the iPhone 15 in hours of work is 1871.28 hours, which is comparable to 233.91 days of work.

 

The most expensive model, the iPhone 15 Pro Max 1TB, costs 180.04 percent of the average annual salary in Myanmar.

List of cheap countries to buy an iPhone 15

Luxembourg, a European country, has emerged as the least expensive place in the world to buy an iPhone 15.

A Luxembourg citizen must spend only 1.55 percent of the average annual earnings of the country’s population.

Here is a list of the top ten most cheap nations to buy the iPhone 15:

  1. Luxembourg
  2. Switzerland
  3. United States of America
  4. Norway
  5. Denmark
  6. Singapore
  7. Sweden
  8. Netherlands
  9. Australia
  10. Qatar

Most of these countries are in Europe.

By Deesha

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