Right after the last Apple event on 22 October 2013, Apple updated its online stores around the world to put up the latest Mac and iPad prices, and it looks like it has a little surprise as well – price for the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S as well. A last month, we shared the iPhone 5C/5S price for the wave 1 launch and now that Apple has pretty much released the rest of the pricing for wave 2 and wave 3, we’ve compiled all of them here for you, along of the converted price in Malaysian Ringgit.
The iPhone 5C and 5S were initially launched in 10 countries. A few weeks back, the company made an announcement that it will be launching in more countries in the coming weeks including:
- 25 October 2013: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, French West Indies, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macau, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Reunion Island, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and Thailand.
- 1 November 2013: Albania, Armenia, Bahrain, Colombia, El Salvador, Guam, Guatemala, India, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Moldova, Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and UAE.
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Here is the compilation of the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S price from around the world:
Currency conversion done using Google
The prices we have listed are the countries that have an Apple Online store and offers the new iPhones unlocked to customers. As listed above, a lot more countries will be receiving these new iPhones possibly through an Apple reseller for their country, which is we didn’t manage to get our hands on the official retail price for them.
FYI, here’s the previous pricing for Wave 1 launch:
Just in case you missed out on the announcement, here are the iPhone 5C and 5S price in Malaysia:
- 16GB iPhone 5C – RM1,999
- 32GB iPhone 5C – RM2,399
- 16GB iPhone 5S – RM2,399
- 32GB iPhone 5S – RM2,749
- 64GB iPhone 5S – RM3,149
So after seeing the prices from around the world, what do you think about the Malaysian price for the new iPhones? European countries without a doubt have the most expensive price of them all but do note, the currency exchange is a little crazy as of late, Malaysian Ringgit isn’t at its best so things might look a lot more expensive, plus, I’m pretty sure the tax is rather expensive there. According to the list, it looks like we do have one of the cheapest iPhone prices (subject to currency conversion), after the U.S., Canada, Hong Kong and United Arab Emirates. What do you think? Will you purchase the iPhone 5S / 5C in Malaysia?