The annual Mapping the World’s Prices report from Deutsche Bank has been released and shows how much an iPhone costs across 33 countries.

Last year, Brazil hit the top spot, but in the latest edition Turkey has overtaken the South American country – an iPhone 7 is 47 percent more expensive in Turkey than in the US. Brazil remains expensive however, at 37 percent above US pricing.

It’s an interesting report, though skewed in places. UK prices, for example, include VAT on Apple’s site, which is where the prices were sourced, whereas in the US, sales tax is not included in the price. In reality, US pricing ends up being more than the $815 listed below.

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Source: Business Insider