How much work does it take to buy an iPhone

Speaking about the price of an iPhone, you must first of all imagine how many hours, days and months you will have to work to buy it. As it turned out, these indicators vary greatly in different countries.

According to the Swiss Bank USB Wage and Price Index, the average New Yorker needs to work only 3 days to own the iPhone 6, and the Beijing resident needs 9 times as much. For wealthy residents of Zurich, it is enough to work only 21 hours, and for Londoners - 41 hours.

Among the "outsiders" are the residents of Mexico City - they will need 200 hours, and the Kievites even more - 627 hours or 78 days. In Nairobi and Jakarta, this figure is 468 hours, or almost 59 days.

Research shows that more and more serious competition for Apple products is made by smartphones manufactured in India and China, in particular, Micromax and Xiaomi, which are often in no way inferior to the “Americans”. So one day in China, 2, 12 million Xiaomi smartphones were sold.

And here is the data for other cities:

  • Athens - 98, 2 hours
  • Bangkok - 149.6 hours
  • Beijing - 217.8 o'clock
  • Chicago - 28.4 o'clock
  • Geneva - 21.6 o'clock
  • Hong Kong - 51.9 o'clock
  • Jakarta - 468 hours
  • Kiev - 627, 2 hours
  • London - 41, 2 hours
  • Los Angeles - 27.2 o'clock
  • Mexico City - 217, 6 hours
  • Miami - 27 hours
  • Moscow - 158, 3 hours
  • Nairobi - 468 hours
  • New Delhi - 360, 3 hours
  • New York - 24 hours
  • Paris - 42.2 o'clock
  • Rio de Janeiro - 139.9 hours
  • Rome - 53.7 o'clock
  • Shanghai - 163.8 hours
  • Sydney - 34 hours
  • Tel Aviv - 75, 3 hours
  • Tokyo - 40.5 hours
  • Toronto - 37.2 o'clock
  • Zurich - 20.6 hours