The USB-Cs iPhone X sold for 27.5 million forints

The exciting project of the Swiss student received a huge publicity, and the eBay auction crawled up to an almost inconceivable amount.

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Someone pays $ 86,000, or roughly $ 27.5 million, for a 64GB black, used Apple iPhone X that can actually be called unusable, at least in the sense that the buyer is bidding on eBay. acceptedthat it will not be restored or updated, will not be used as a daily phone, and will not disassemble the device.

The interesting thing about the product is that it does not carry the well-known Lightning connector at the bottom, but afterwards, as part of a student’s own project, it received Type-C, the technical details of which have been described before, but can be seen step by step in the video above. Behind the staggering amount is obviously the fact that millions have learned its story from various tech sites and YouTube, making it the world’s first iPhone with a Type-C connector, but perhaps beyond the collector’s value of the thing. it could be an emphatic message to Apple that not all users like the ominous Lightning port. In any case, there were plenty of bids, and on the third day after the auction was released, the custom gadget was already in the $ 50,000 range.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.

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