iPhone 6 Price Index
Looking to buy an iPhone 6 without taking on the burden of a multiple-year plan with a cell carrier? Luckily, you won’t have to travel far to get the best price. As of June 12, 2015, the unlocked iPhone 6 is almost cheapest in the United States. The iPhone 6 is available with different levels of memory, so we’ll just discuss the 64GB phone for now; the price jumps about $100 when you buy the 16GB or 128GB.
In the United States, an unlocked iPhone 6 goes for $749. The price only goes up by about 2% if you get it in Canada, and it will cost you $788.63 there. That’s not such a big difference, but when you get into other countries the markup really becomes noticeable. The iPhone 6 is most expensive to buy in Brazil; it costs $1,258.76, which is almost double the price you’d pay for it in the U.S. Brazil is not the only country where the price goes above $1,000; the second most expensive place to buy it is in Turkey, where it goes for $1,144.07.
The rest of the countries fall somewhere in the middle, charging a couple hundred dollars more than the U.S. on average, but no matter what country you’re in these phones are not cheap, and if you’re looking for the good deal it’s clear that you should get your iPhone 6 in the United States.You may also be interested in: iPhone 6 Plus price index.
Notes on Data:
GDP (PPP) per capita data from International Monetary Fund (2012).
Price data for the iPhone taken from Apple Store website where available, otherwise from Apple authorised resellers. Hover over the country in the table on the right for the specific source. Prices in local currencies updated on 4th June 2015.
Excluding/including tax refers to sales tax. Sales tax applied for United States was California sales tax.
Currency exchange rates provided by Open Exchange Rates. Prices in USD and GBP updated daily at 8am.