The price of an apartment was paid for the first USB-Cs iPhone


DIY has proven to be profitable.

The world’s first USB-Cs iPhone has found a host, thanks not to Apple forcing its self-developed Lightning connector, but to Ken Pillonel, a Swiss master’s student.

Back in October, we reported that Pillonel had redesigned an iPhone X on its own, which was soon advertised on Ebay to fund additional projects from its world-famous mobile sales.

It seems that there will be plenty to do, as the winner of the auction paid $ 86,000, or HUF 27.4 million, for the unique iPhone X, which by the way can’t even be upgraded, as this is the only way Pillonel can guarantee that it will remain operational.

The creator of the USB-Cs iPhone, by the way, can’t be unhappy with even that amount, as the auction was over $ 100,000 a few days ago, but the boldest bids seem to have been withdrawn in the meantime.

No matter the price of a studio, a custom iPhone can even be a good investment, especially if the rumor turns out to be true, and Apple ends up leaving the physical port on its phones altogether rather than introducing the universal standard that is expected to become mandatory.

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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.

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