Apple Increases Prices in Japan by Up To 25%


The cost of Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch models has increased by up to 25% in Japan as of today.

A decline in the value of the yen and a widening interest rate differential between Japan and the United States are to blame for the price increases, which were first reported by Nikkei Asia.

The price of the iPhone 13 has increased by over 20% in Japan from its initial starting price of 98,800 yen ($730) to its current price of 117,800 yen ($870). The price of the most recent 64GB iPhone SE has increased by 5,000 yen (about $37) to 62,800 yen (about $464). The price of the 128GB iPhone 13 Pro has increased by 22,000 yen (about $162) to 144,800 yen (around $1,069).


Since Apple boosted the cost of Macs by almost 10% in Japan last month in conjunction with the release of the M2 MacBook Pro, no Mac product lines saw price increases today; instead, the price of iPad and iPad Air models went up by 10,000 yen ($74) each.

Apple Increases Prices in Japan by Up To 25% first seen on macrumors


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