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The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro teardown released in October, showed the actual price of its parts is $ 373 and $ 406, respectively.

Japanese analysts estimate that the components of the new iPhone 12 cost the manufacturer $ 373 and the iPhone 12 Pro $ 406, as reported by Nikkei.

The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 pro were disassembled in collaboration with Tokyo-based research specialist Fomalhaut Techno Solutions. 

Teardown showed that the most expensive part of the smartphone was the OLED screen and the cost of OLED is estimated at $ 70.

The second most expensive component found was Apple A14 Bionic chipset ($40), followed by Samsung’s flash memory ($19) ranked 1st. Sony’s photosensors are valued at $5.5-7.4.

The rest of the retail price of the iPhone 12 line includes the cost of development, advertising, marketing, logistics and more.

The analysis of the gadgets also showed that almost 26.8% of the cost of one iPhone 12 Pro belong to South Korean manufacturers.

iPhone 12 region and country wise component makers

Note, in the US, the cost of the basic version of the iPhone 12 starts at $ 800 and iPhone 12 Pro starts at $ 1,000.

It was previously reported that Apple has sold more than a billion iPhone models in 13 years.

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