Apple announced the entire new range of iPhone 14 on September 7. Two days ago the reservation of terminals began and with it the final prices that the devices were going to have in each country were revealed. The war in Ukraine and the economic crisis we are experiencing made it clear that there was going to be a general rise in prices. In fact, the most expensive iPhone 14 can be found in Turkey, surpassing Brazil, the country that has always had the most expensive Apple devices. We tell you why and the price of each device below.

The most expensive iPhone 14 are bought in Turkey

Every September we have a new range of iPhones that replaces the previous year. In normal situations the price of the new range of iPhone does not vary substantially. However, the economic crisis and the general increase in inflation has caused Apple to modify the prices of its devices to adapt to production costs and profits.

Nukeni is a medium that is responsible for monitoring the price of devices around the world to see how much difference in price there is between them. The prices of the devices vary depending on the economic situation of a country, the value of its currency and, above all, the local or national taxes that are applied.

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Brazil has always topped the list of the most expensive iPhones on the market. However, for the iPhone 14 things have changed and it is Turkey who sells the most expensive iPhone 14. These are their prices in their different models:

  • iPhone 14 128GB: €1,674.50
  • iPhone 14 256GB: €1,814.95
  • iPhone 14 512GB: €2,101.25
  • iPhone 14 Plus 128GB: €1,890.58
  • iPhone 14 Plus 256GB: €2031.02
  • iPhone 14 Plus 512GB: €2,317.32
  • iPhone 14 Pro 128GB: €2,160.67
  • iPhone 14 Pro 256GB: €2,301.11
  • iPhone 14 Pro 512GB: €2,587.41
  • iPhone 14 Pro 1TB: €2,873.70
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max 128GB: €2,376.74
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max 256GB: €2,517.18
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max 512GB: €2,803.48
  • iPhone 14 Pro Max 1TB: €3089.78

As you can see, the prices are high compared to the prices that we can find in Spain or in other countries of the European Union. However, this price increase is explained by the situation that Turkey has experienced in recent years. Let us remember that the collapse of its economy caused that in 2021 Apple suspended sales of its products in the country due to the loss of 15% of the value of the Turkish lira. The reopening of the market has led to higher prices not only for devices but also for apps and subscriptions to the App Store.