How to buy an $8,000 iPhone and sell it for $6,000
The cost of buying an iPhone is so prohibitive that it has led many people to resort to using virtual currencies such as bitcoin to buy their device.
Now, new research from researchers at the University of Melbourne suggests the same phenomenon could be happening with the purchase of a computer.
The researchers’ study looked at the sale of two different types of computer equipment, which could be purchased for $2,000 or $10,000.
The first type of equipment is a PC.
Its price range ranges from $200 to $1,000, depending on the model and its performance.
The second type is a computer that runs Windows.
Its price range is $300 to $2.50, depending, on the processor, memory and storage.
To determine the prices of each type of computer, the researchers compared the prices for two computers that each had a price of $300.
The two models were bought from a retail store in Sydney for $300 each, and then used to purchase an identical pair of Apple iPhone computers for $3,600 each.
“What we found was that there was a significant difference in the value of the devices,” Professor Gregor Jonsson, one of the researchers, told CNN.
The two computers had similar specs, but they also had different specifications.
The first Apple iPhone model had a faster processor, and the second had a better graphics card.
The prices of these devices did not vary by processor, RAM or storage.
Professor Jonson said he thought it was “pretty remarkable” that these differences would be there, but the price difference was the “biggest reason people buy computers in the first place.”
The researchers also found that the price differences were not as large when purchasing the Apple iPhone for $1.2 million, but $7,000 for the Samsung Galaxy S4.
They were not sure why this is, but said it could be due to the different specifications of the Apple and Samsung smartphones.
“It seems that people don’t think about the price when buying their hardware.
They don’t know how much it costs,” Professor Jonsonsson said.”
And so they buy it because they want to make sure they can get it for the lowest price.”
Professor Jonesson said it was possible that other factors, such as the type of hardware or other factors like whether a customer had been to a computer training course, could influence the prices that people paid.
He said that, although the price discrepancies were significant, they were “not so significant as to be significant” because the devices were identical.
The study was published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.