Friday, October 28, 2016

Apple Mac Price Increases In The UK Up To £ 500 Due To Brexit

When Apple introduced its new range MacBook appropriate Pro "Hello Again yesterday, which also increased its silent prices other Mac products in the UK. This comes after a few months after Brexit which saw the pound lost its value on the international market.

The price effect is applicable in the Mac Pro, which was last updated in 2013 by Apple as well. Publication of rising prices, the basic price of the machine is now £ 2,999, above its initial price of £ 2,499. Similarly, the 13-inch MacBook Air, which was last updated by Apple in the first quarter of 2015, also saw its price of £ 849 to £ 949. Other Apple aging products that have had their highest price they include the Mac mini, which now costs £ 479 above the price of £ 399. 4K iMac now costs £ 1,449 (£ 1,199 against), while the iMac prices now 5K to £ 1,749 (£ 1,449 against).

The new MacBook Pro unveiled by Apple are also more expensive compared to its predecessor. The MacBook Pro 13-inch non-touch bar and touch ID costs £ 1,449, which is significantly higher at £ 999 its predecessor.

Before you blame Apple, remember that the value of the pound has fluctuated widely and has largely lost its value in the international market.

"Apple suggests that the prices of products internationally on the basis of several factors, including exchange rate laws of local import, business practices, taxes and the cost of doing business," the company BBC. "International prices are not always comparable to US suggested retail price."

Apple is not the only one who had to increase their product prices due to Brexit. Microsoft, Google and other companies such as smartphones OnePlus also had to adjust the prices of their products and services due to the fluctuating value of the pound.




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