iPhones could cost up to $160 more if China tariff threat is followed through
2018-12-4 07:41 pm
The Trump administration's threat of more China tariffs could significantly raise the price of iPhones for consumers, with the iPhone XS family potentially costing between $60 and $160 more if Apple passes the extra cost on to its customers.
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