As of yesterday, Apple has begun selling refurbished iPhone X models for the first time since the smartphone’s initial release in 2017. If you want to grab one, you’ll have to be fast because, apparently, they’re flying off the shelves.
The phones were unavailable yesterday afternoon, soon after they went live in the morning, but now it looks like new stock is available again.
According to Apple, all the phones get a new battery and outer shell, are tested, cleaned and inspected thoroughly before they get the full Apple repackage treatment.
The prices start at $769 for the 64GB model, whose initial price was of $999. Meanwhile, the 256GB option has gone down from $1,149 to $899.
It’s not the first time Apple sells a previously discontinued phone: back in January, the company released a number of iPhone SE models starting at just $249. The only difference between them and the current iPhone X models is that they were not refurbished but brand new.
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