Auction for one-of-a-kind USB-C iPhone closes at $86,001


What simply occurred? The public sale for that USB-C iPhone closed yesterday and the winner made off with it utilizing the tried-and-true methodology of bidding one greenback over the excessive bid within the final seconds. The public sale closed at $86,001. Is a USB-C iPhone actually value that a lot?

A black iPhone X that went up for public sale on November 1 has bought for $86,001 on eBay. As we reported final week, the telephone was modified to help USB-C and had generated 170 bids in 4 days, with provides reaching $99,900 by November 4.

Six retractions introduced the successful bid again all the way down to $86,000, the place it remained for a number of days. Then somebody supplied $86,001 within the final seconds of the public sale, successful the telephone.

The worth of the iPhone X is doubtful on its floor. The engineering pupil, Ken Pillonel, who did the modification, warned patrons to not restore, replace, or erase the iPhone. So primarily, it is like shopping for another person’s telephone and by no means being allowed to make it your personal.

The one issues that set it other than a typical iPhone are that it has a USB-C port as a substitute of a Lighting connection and that it’s a one-of-a-kind merchandise. Whoever is shelling out $86,000 for it seemingly desires to tear it aside to determine find out how to make a knock-off gadget.

Apple’s flagship telephone has seen outrageous costs prior to now. Normally, they’re distinctive customized jobs just like the iPhone 3G Kings Button ($2.5 million) or the iPhone 4s Elite Gold ($9.4 million). Nevertheless, scalpers noticed bids as excessive as $60,000 on eBay for normal iPhone X pre-orders in 2017.

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