In which country would you have to work more days to...

Apple has given something to talk about with the launch of its latest smartphone, the iPhone 12, which hit the market with a price of US $ 1,399 in its most expensive model. However, purchasing it could take longer depending on the country you are in.

LR conducted a survey in which it estimated how many days a person earning the minimum would have to work in 12 different countries to have this team. In Colombia, with a minimum wage At about $ 227.54, you would have to work 97.2 days for the cheapest model, the 64GB iPhone 12 Mini, and 186.5 days for the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

“Colombia is a country where the purchase of products such as the iPhone is still a luxury and not a necessity, compared, for example, with developed countries where you can spend more on leisure or technology,” says economist Laura Osorio .

Precisely, in the case of the United States, it would only take 17 working days to buy the cheapest model and a little more than a month, 33 days, to have the most expensive iPhone. In Spain the figure is similar, for the iPhone 12 Mini it would be necessary to work 19.8 days and about 38 days for the Pro Max.

For Latin America the figures are closer to those of Colombia; In Ecuador, it would take between 54 and 105 working days to buy the latest Apple release. In Uruguay between 57 and 111 days; 70 and 134 in Paraguay; in Bolivia 71 days for the cheapest and 137 for the most expensive; in Chile between 81 and 157 and in Peru between 85 and 164 days.

In the other countries analyzed, people would have to invest up to eight months of work to buy the phone. In Argentina it would take 91 days for the iPhone12 Mini and 174 for the Pro Max; in Brazil between 121 and 233 and Mexico would be the one with the greatest effort with 125 days for the economic model and 241 days for the other.

One of the elements that makes the iPhone12 attractive is its light and elegant presentation, with more than six different colors to suit the consumer. In addition, it would have up to three high-resolution cameras and storage capacity between 64GB and 512 GB and all would have the 5G network.

“Who buys an iPhone 12 is not just buying a cell phone but an artifact of power. Whoever acquires a team of this nature simply has the purchasing power to invest it ”, explained Víctor Solano, consultant in digital reputation and technology.

This new Apple product It comes in the midst of a time when technology and connectivity take on great importance in people’s lives, and increases the wide range of telephones on the market with prices for each consumer.

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