Apple has increased the price of iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch in Japan by 25% due to the depreciation of the local currency.
According to Nikkei Asia, the rise in prices is due to the fall in the value of the yen and the widening gap in interest rates between Japan and the United States.
Previously, the base 128GB iPhone 13 cost 98,800 yen (~$730), but now its price has increased to 117,800 yen (~$870). The new 64GB iPhone SE is up 5,000 yen (~$37), the 128GB iPhone 13 Pro is up 22,000 yen (~$162), and the basic iPad and iPad Air are up 10,000 yen (~$74).
It’s worth noting that Apple raised the price of Macs in Japan by more than 10% last month.
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