Last week Apple officially updated the MacBook Air and iPad Pro and is now available for purchase. On March 24th, according to macrumors reports, Apple made price adjustments in various regions outside the United States and China.
According to macrumors reports, in Canada, Europe, Australia and many Asian regions, the prices of the new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro and other devices have increased, up 10%. Apple's current price in China remains unchanged.
A 2.3GHz 8-core 16-inch MacBook Pro customized to the 2.4GHz version originally cost £ 180. Today it costs £ 200. Upgrading from 16GB of memory to 32GB would cost £ 360.
At present, Apple has not responded to the increase in prices, and it is unknown whether it is directly related to the decline in Apple's stock price and the outbreak of global currencies.