The price tag of Apple's new iPhone X has caused somewhat of a stir. The premium handset is starts at £999 in the UK, a record for a major phone manufacturer.
Apple has angered UK fans with the high cost, which is £244 or 32 per cent more expensive than the US starting price of $999 (£755) for the 64GB version. But Britain isn't the most affected by Apple's worldwide price changes, according to data compiled for the Telegraph by CupoNation.
Consumers in Europe are used to paying higher prices for Apple phones than those across the Atlantic - and the iPhone X won't change things. The most expensive place to buy the iPhone X is Hungary, where at £1,109 the device costs 47 per cent more than in the US.
The cheapest countries are the US and Japan, where Apple Stores will charge iPhone X buyers the equivalent of £755 and £771 respectively. The US price doesn't include sales tax, which varies by state.
In the past year the pound has tumbled, meaning the UK is no longer one of the cheapest places to buy an iPhone. Those looking for a deal on the iPhone X will need to look to the US, Japan, Canada, Hong Kong or the United Arab Emirates.
Apple has been pinning its hopes for growth on breaking into the Indian and Chinese markets. But it doesn't appear to have adjusted the cost of its flagship device to reflect its ambitions. The two countries are among the more expensive places to buy the phone, at £1,049 in India and £970 in China.
The differences are affected by a host of factors, including foreign exchange rates, local sales taxes and in-country operating costs.
The company is yet to release prices for every market. Notably it hasn't announced a price for Brazil, which was in May said to be the most expensive place in the world to buy an iPhone.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which Apple also unveiled at the annual event on Tuesday, are affected by the same price scale. In the UK it will start at £699 for the 64GB version when it goes on sale on September 22. In the US it will cost £528, while Japan will charge £538. At the top end of the range, Hungarian Apple Stores will be charging £771 for the device.
The starting price of the iPhone 8 in the UK is £100 more than the iPhone 7, which cost £599 for the entry level 32GB version.