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Tuesday was arguably the biggest day of the year for Apple and the keynote was packed with exciting releases and equally excited customers.
Those are the winners. The losers?
While Apple’s smartphone has always set customers back a bit more here than it does across the pond, the company has taken that price difference to all new lengths this year. The iPhone 11 is priced at $699 in the US, which would usually signal a slightly steeper £699 price tag in the UK. However, British iPhone users will be disappointed to hear that they’ll be paying a premium for the handset this year at £729 to the US’s $699 – that’s over £100 more than customers in Apple’s home country.