How much Apple’s iPhone 6 costs around the world

Angus Kidman 19 August 2015

Turns out Australia's the 11th-cheapest place to buy an iPhone.

Marketing firm WebpageFX analysed the cost for a 16GB iPhone 6 purchased outright in markets around the world, using pricing and the US dollar exchange rate as of July 2015. It also calculated what percentage of the median annual household income would be needed to buy the phone.

Despite the "Australia tax", Aussies don't come out too badly. Of the 39 countries surveyed, we were the 11th-cheapest place to buy an iPhone. As a percentage of median income, the cost down under is 2.3%, which makes us the eighth-lowest country. Compare that to Indonesia, where buying an iPhone would take 39% of the annual median household income. No wonder BlackBerry remains so popular there.

Here's the full list of countries:

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