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It takes the average worker in Toronto roughly one workweek – or 37.2 hours, to be exact – to afford an iPhone 6, well below the global average of 119 hours, according to a new report from Swiss bank UBS. It's a different story in Kiev, Ukraine, where the average labourer must work about 627 hours to earn enough for the same product. A full version of the UBS report, which compares purchasing power in 71 cities across the world, can be viewed here.