Apple restarts sales in Turkey again. With about 25 percent higher prices

After a two-day sales halt, the Apple Store seems to be selling gadgets in Turkey once again. Earlier this week, we wrote that Apple has stopped its own sales in the country due to high inflation and the low value of the Turkish lira. Now the Apple Store will be up and running again, but about 25 percent higher prices on average.

The value of the country’s currency, the Turkish lira, has fallen by 15 percent. At the time of writing, 1 Turkish lira is equal to 0.73 Swedish kronor. Inflation in the country is also approaching 20 percent.



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