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How many working days will it take before Hongkongers can afford Apple's newest phone?

The iPhone 14 Pro (128 GB) costs HK$8,599.

Before an average Hongkonger can afford the base version of the latest iPhone model, they need to work at least 11.2 days provided that the money earned during this period is saved for such purpose, said in its "iPhone Index" report.

The newest iPhone 14 Pro (128 GB) was priced at HK$8,599.

In the shortest amount of time needed to be able to afford the phone, the city ranked 18th amongst places included in the index.

In the past years, it took 11.5 days (2018), 10.8 days (2019), 10.7 days (2020), and 11.3 days (2021), for Hongkongers to purchase the latest models of iPhone.

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