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Apple is messing with us iPhone X buyers.

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Was just thinking having us wait to order the iPhone X our old iPhones are going to sale for less than the those who are going to get the iPhone 8...
 

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Re: Apple is screw... us iPhone X buyers

iPhones hold their resale pretty well, and most carriers and Apple offer well enough compensation for trade in to upgrade. T-Mobile is doing $300 for iPhone 6s or newer.
 

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Re: Apple is screw... us iPhone X buyers

It depends, but generally speaking Apple products tend to maintain its value quite well.
 

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Re: Apple is screw... us iPhone X buyers

300 for 7+. VERIZON hopefully offsets more I was offered 529 on my Note 5 to switch to Apple. I had the Note 7 but we all know how that went. So I chose the 5 because the edge was horrible
I believe I am on a much better phone now. But if I were to get the 8+ I would need more than 300 as a trade.
But I am keeping waiting to see what happens. I want the watch more than a new phone. Cellular watch perfect for me
 

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Re: Apple is screw... us iPhone X buyers

It depends, but generally speaking Apple products tend to maintain its value quite well.

This is one of the reasons i don't mind spending extra on Apple products. They tend to hold their value pretty well, especially if the previous owner looked after them with no major scratches. Also, like metllicamilitia said, some carrier offer some pretty sweet deals for trade ins. Getting $300 or more off your next iPhone is always nice on the pocket. :)
 

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It depends on where you sell it. The cost of the iPhone 7 just dropped in price but they also cut the 256GB too but right now what can you get for a 7 256GB?
 

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