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Apple Cuts Some iPhone Prices Outside U.S.

Apple Cuts Some iPhone Prices Outside U.S. - Warta Ekonomi
WE Online, Jakarta -

Apple Inc plans to cut the price of some of its flagship iPhones for only the second time in the device's 12-year history, pegging its retail value to past prices in local currencies outside the United States instead of the rising U.S dollar.

The move is an attempt to stem weak sales of the iPhone, particularly in overseas markets such as China where a 10 percent rise in the U.S. dollar over the past year or so has made Apple's products -which already compete at the top end of the market- much pricier than rivals.

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook disclosed the plan after the company reported the first-ever dip in iPhone sales during the key holiday shopping period. The company has only once before cut iPhone prices shortly after it debuted in 2007.

Apple did not say in which countries it would adjust iPhone prices. Resellers in China already began cutting iPhone prices earlier this month after Apple lowered its sales forecast for the quarter ended in December. The company priced its new iPhone XS which was released in September at $999, the same price in U.S. dollars as its predecessor, 2017's iPhone X.

That worked for U.S. consumers but in countries such as China and Turkey the local currency had fallen so much against the surging U.S. dollar, it made the phone significantly pricier than its predecessor a year before. Apple had essentially asked the consumer to bear the cost of the strengthening dollar.

Baca Juga: China Retailers Slash iPhone Prices After Apple Sales Warning

On Tuesday, Cook said Apple will adjust foreign prices in some markets by resetting them at or close to what they were one year before in local currencies. Effectively that means Apple will absorb the cost of the strengthening dollar.

"We've decided to go back to (iPhone prices) more commensurate with what our local prices were a year ago in hope of helping the sales in those areas," Cook said.

Tag: Apple Inc, Tim Cook

Penulis/Editor: Cahyo Prayogo

Foto: Reuters/Charles Platiau

Kurs Rupiah

Mata Uang Simbol Nilai Jual Beli
Arab Saudi Riyal SAR 1.00 3,833.29 3,794.69
British Pound GBP 1.00 18,221.58 18,037.64
China Yuan CNY 1.00 2,085.38 2,064.49
Dolar Amerika Serikat USD 1.00 14,376.00 14,232.00
Dolar Australia AUD 1.00 9,919.44 9,818.66
Dolar Hong Kong HKD 1.00 1,836.30 1,817.72
Dolar Singapura SGD 1.00 10,514.92 10,408.07
EURO Spot Rate EUR 1.00 16,217.57 16,049.43
Ringgit Malaysia MYR 1.00 3,450.79 3,412.95
Yen Jepang JPY 100.00 13,273.01 13,136.42

Ringkasan BEI

No Name Today Change Stock
1 Composite Index 6250.265 -22.817 634
2 Agriculture 1381.568 2.869 21
3 Mining 1615.278 -7.605 47
4 Basic Industry and Chemicals 754.477 -6.774 71
5 Miscellanous Industry 1288.864 -12.078 46
6 Consumer Goods 2447.202 -13.399 52
7 Cons., Property & Real Estate 471.828 -7.072 76
8 Infrastruc., Utility & Trans. 1172.323 -2.911 74
9 Finance 1268.081 -0.098 90
10 Trade & Service 809.462 0.526 157
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 SIMA 83 112 29 34.94
2 LUCK 1,200 1,500 300 25.00
3 KPAL 210 262 52 24.76
4 GOLD 402 496 94 23.38
5 SDRA 710 850 140 19.72
6 MAYA 6,250 7,475 1,225 19.60
7 KONI 284 338 54 19.01
8 ABMM 1,695 1,950 255 15.04
9 SKBM 412 464 52 12.62
10 APLN 171 191 20 11.70
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 FITT 290 230 -60 -20.69
2 MPMX 1,090 890 -200 -18.35
3 MKPI 16,500 13,500 -3,000 -18.18
4 HELI 202 167 -35 -17.33
5 MIDI 1,200 1,020 -180 -15.00
6 MEGA 5,950 5,100 -850 -14.29
7 DNAR 292 252 -40 -13.70
8 TALF 410 358 -52 -12.68
9 PYFA 193 170 -23 -11.92
10 RELI 216 191 -25 -11.57
No Code Prev Close Change %
1 SMBR 925 1,030 105 11.35
2 FITT 290 230 -60 -20.69
3 MNCN 1,235 1,300 65 5.26
4 JAYA 135 129 -6 -4.44
5 BTPS 2,950 3,080 130 4.41
6 BBRI 4,200 4,230 30 0.71
7 MPMX 1,090 890 -200 -18.35
8 CPIN 4,950 4,700 -250 -5.05
9 TLKM 3,990 3,990 0 0.00
10 BDMN 4,720 4,510 -210 -4.45