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Here’s Why You Should Never Buy Apple Products From Brazil

Whenever Apple releases a new product, even if the product is just a continuation of older tech that people have already gotten used to, it tends to take the world by storm. Apple recently got done with its Peek Performance event where it unveiled a wide range of new products that are going to be hitting stores quite soon, and what’s more is the tech giant has given users a list of countries where these products would be the cheapest as well as the most expensive.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that if you’re thinking of buying an Apple product in Brazil, you might want to think again. Brazil has been notorious for having far higher prices for Apple products than you would ever need to pay in any other nation, and that is something that most people would want to factor in because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up making them pay more than they need to.

The four new products that Apple just unveiled are the iPhone SE 3, the iPad Air 5, the new Mac Studio as well as the Studio Display. An iPhone SE 3 would be cheapest in the US which makes sense since that is where Apple is actually located, and it would cost around $429, as per Nukeni, in that country with all things having been considered and taken into account. However, if you go to Brazil you would be forced to pay almost double, or more specifically $829!

That’s a massive price differential, and it applies to virtually every single Apple product out there. It gets even worse if you look at other products, with the iPad Air 5 which costs $599 in the US going for almost three times as much in Brazil, or $1,342 to be precise. Other countries where Apple products tend to be more expensive are Norway and Denmark, but they don’t come anywhere close to the ridiculous prices that people are forced to pay in Brazil for some reason.
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