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Apple Inc. has raised the prices of its iPhones and iPads in Japan in an uncommon move to account for the yen’s precipitous drop in value this year.

The Cupertino, California-based tech giant added as much as 25% to the cost of its mobile gadgets in the country, taking the iPhone 13’s starting price up to ¥117,800 ($868). It increased the prices of its iPad and iPad Air by ¥10,000 each, according to checks with Apple’s local website.

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