With Apple about to release new models of the iPhone, as well as new versions of the iPad and Apple Watch, all eyes are on local pricing of technology and must-have devices.
The CommSec iPhone Index released today ranks Australia as the 18th cheapest place to buy an iPhone 11 64GB in US dollar terms.
The Index, which looks at 51 nations across the globe, also found that Australia is the 16th cheapest country in the world to buy an iPad Pro 11 inch 128GB in US dollar terms.
In 2019, Australia ranked as the fourth cheapest place to buy an iPhone and the third cheapest country in the world to purchase an iPad.
“Last year the Aussie dollar was near US68-69 cents and today it is closer to US72-73 cents. That has meant that Australia has slipped down the global leader-board of US dollar pricing of the latest Apple devices,” CommSec Chief Economist Craig James said.