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iPhone 5S prices around the world

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The iPhone 5S is one of the most expensive smartphone to date, especially here in the Philippines. But if you think you’re paying too much for it then you might want to compare price tags with other countries.

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Mobile Unlocked has compiled a list of iPhone 5S prices from around the world. The collection is based on the 16GB unlocked variant, “with all prices coming directly from the local Apple stores for each country or a listed official supplier from the Apple site that were available on November 18th, 2013,” tax included.

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Iphone 5S Global Price

Looking at the list, the price of the iPhone 5S 16GB unlocked in the Philippines is at $789.37 or around Php34,600 in today’s conversion, similar to the unlocked price we posted last month. This makes the PH price tag the 11th cheapest in the world, with the US taking the top spot at $707.41 (Php31,000), followed by the UAE ($707.56) and Hong Kong ($720.76).

As for the most expensive, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, and Jordan offer the highest price tags starting at $1,000 a pop.

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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titoxtian
titoxtian
8 years ago

mga sir…bibili sana ako sa apple store sa u.s. ng 5s…ask ko lang if magagamit ko ba un dito sa pinas…Model A1533 (GSM)available sa u.s. while Model A1530 yung pang pinas…thanks…

Nexusboy
Nexusboy
8 years ago

Based on yugatech’s source, the website actually says the Philippines priced the iPhone 5S the 4th most expensive in the world based on GDP per capita. Ooooopssss! Who’s fooling who?

Kups
Kups
8 years ago

Para sa isang 3rd world country kagaya ng Pilipinas, sobrang mahal na talaga nyan para sa telepono. Tsaka parang mas mura pa nga sa Hungary, Romania, Turkey e, mas mataas ang value ng euro kesa sa US dollar.

Ryan Amparo
Ryan Amparo
8 years ago

Hindi niyo kasi finactor in ang purchasing power (PPP). Syempre mukhang mahal/mura yan kapag kinonvert directly yung currencies. Pero dapat intindihin na magkaiba ang cost of living sa mga bansang yan.

CopyCatDroid
CopyCatDroid
8 years ago

PANG MAYAMAN !

wew
wew
8 years ago

mahal pla sa ibang bansa 40k+ para lang sa 16gig haha

KB24
KB24
Reply to  wew
8 years ago

ubod ka talaga ng katanganhan. paano magiging 40k+ pesos sa ibang bansa e euro ang pera dun, mas mataas ang value nun kaysa sa dollar. kaya pag kinompute mo, hindi din aabot ng 40k intiendes?

KB24
KB24
Reply to  wew
8 years ago

ubod ka talaga ng katangahan. paano magiging 40k+ pesos sa ibang bansa e euro ang pera dun, mas mataas ang value nun kaysa sa dollar. kaya pag kinompute mo, hindi din aabot ng 40k intiendes?

wew
wew
Reply to  wew
8 years ago

@KB24 oh talaga?nahiya naman ako sa kabobohan mo —“As for the most expensive, Hungary, Romania, Turkey, and Jordan offer the highest price tags starting at $1,000 a pop.”– $1000 = about 40k or more….bago magsalita ng kung anuano siguraduhin mo munang tama sinasabi mo ah?

JTC
JTC
8 years ago

Law of Supply and Demand

Jay
Jay
8 years ago

please buy these products here sa Pinas. if manufacturers see na malakas ang benta locally ng mga products, they’ll release them earlier here next time and no need to make pabilin abroad.

ishi
ishi
Reply to  Jay
8 years ago

Even the consumers want to buy can’t because of overpriced compare to other countries.
2nd grey market offers ahead of time compare to local telcos.

Smokescreen
Smokescreen
8 years ago

If you have an opportunity to buy abroad, better. I believe Apple’s warranty is international so you don’t have to worry about repairs here in the Phils.

Rem
Rem
Reply to  Smokescreen
8 years ago

According to Power Mac, only the Macbooks/iPods/iPads have international warranty on parts/service. :/

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