Apple starts selling refurbished iPhone X from $769
For the first time ever, Apple is now selling officially refurbished iPhone X units through its online store in the United States and the UK. The phone can be yours for $769 or £769 with 64GB of storage, and you get an unlocked unit if you go this route.
The price positions it as a competitor to the iPhone XR, which has the newer and more powerful A12 chipset. Then again, the XR has an LCD screen which is also bigger than the X's AMOLED panel, and only one rear camera whereas the flagship from 2017 comes with two. Thus, if you're considering both of these handsets, you're facing a tough choice.
Obviously if you buy an iPhone XR you're getting a new device, but Apple's certified refurbished products are thoroughly inspected, tested, cleaned, and repackaged, coming in a new box with all the necessary manuals and accessories. An Apple refurbished iPhone also has a brand new battery and new outer shell, so for most intents and purposes it really is "like new".
If you want more than 64GB of storage, the refurbished iPhone X can be yours for $899 or £899 with 256GB on board. Hit the Source links below if you're interested and make sure you act fast because stock can be depleted at any time.
Just bought 10 for my cats & dogs.
- 07 Feb 2019
Lol, only apple can sell refurbished ome for a price of new.
- 06 Feb 2019
769? Even a brand new is not worth that money. And the refurbrished maybe for 200 bucks good deal othervise Xiaomi redmi Note 7 pro is a lot better option. or Pocophone etc.
- 06 Feb 2019