Muscovites massively buy expensive iPhones after news of US sanctions 10:05

After the news that the Bureau of Industry and Security of the US Department of Commerce banned the import of some smartphones to Russia and Belarus over $ 300, Moscow residents began to actively buy expensive iPhone models. Portal reports VPost.

According to one source, a rush was even noticed at the often empty re:Store in Moscow’s Europolis mall over the weekend. “When there will be a new supply is still unknown, the selection remained small,” writes VPost.

Also, the number of iPhones available for purchase on major retailers’ websites has decreased. If at the beginning of February there were about 300 new iPhones in Eldorado and M.Video, now there are about 130 left, most of which are marked “last copy” in stores near Moscow.

Currently, the most popular models are the basic iPhone 13 and iPhone 11. Apple smartphones cost more than 100 thousand rubles. it is less in demand and is still available in many stores.

Formerly we talked about itThat fraudulent channels for the sale of Apple equipment in Russia appeared on Telegram.

Source: Gazeta


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