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Apple iPhone X (256 GB) - Silver - £799 @ Amazon

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Posted 13th Jul

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256 GB for the same price as the 64 GB (silver only) also sold by Amazon.

Seems like a good price to me.
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A good price, but I don’t think I could justify spending £800 for a phone which was released 2 years ago?

If you want to spend that sort of money you might as well get an XS or wait for the new iPhone in September ?
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A good price, but I don’t think I could justify spending £800 for a phone which was released 2 years ago?

If you want to spend that sort of money you might as well get an XS or wait for the new iPhone in September ?
adseyy13/07/2019 08:26

A good price, but I don’t think I could justify spending £800 for a phone w …A good price, but I don’t think I could justify spending £800 for a phone which was released 2 years ago? If you want to spend that sort of money you might as well get an XS or wait for the new iPhone in September ?


The XS is currently £350 more with the equivalent memory.
rich14613/07/2019 08:29

The XS is currently £350 more with the equivalent memory.


That’s the full release price. 256GB XS was £999 on Amazon a few months ago.
adseyy13/07/2019 08:34

That’s the full release price. 256GB XS was £999 on Amazon a few months ag …That’s the full release price. 256GB XS was £999 on Amazon a few months ago.


I wouldn’t pay anymore than £800 for an iPhone. Ideally £700 max but prices seemed to have gone up a level across the board (incl Android)
That’s too much for a phone that’s soon to be 2 generations behind the latest iPhone. £800...

This needs to be around the £600 mark for me
Edited by: "Jacial" 13th Jul
rich14613/07/2019 08:36

I wouldn’t pay anymore than £800 for an iPhone. Ideally £700 max but pri …I wouldn’t pay anymore than £800 for an iPhone. Ideally £700 max but prices seemed to have gone up a level across the board (incl Android)

I see what your saying, but just remember a £1100 iPhone 11 that you keep for 4 years is a better investment than a £800 phone which you keep for 2 years
adseyy13/07/2019 08:53

I see what your saying, but just remember a £1100 iPhone 11 that you keep …I see what your saying, but just remember a £1100 iPhone 11 that you keep for 4 years is a better investment than a £800 phone which you keep for 2 years


I never keep a phone for much longer than 2 or 3 years. The battery usually needs changing after 2 years, although changing the battery often brings the performance back up to new. Spending close to a grand on a phone probably would put you under pressure to keep it 4 years . Interestingly for many a phone gets used more than their tv, so comparing prices, a phone seems relatively good value. A phone (especially Apple) will likely hold its value better too.
The XS is £50 extra!
nokiafusion13/07/2019 10:02

Where


Very.

Starting price £950.
Use BNPL option and code on the screen for 10% credit back.
I bought an EE locked iPhone XS Max for £870 brand new, cold!
TheAppleGeezer13/07/2019 10:04

Very.Starting price £950.Use BNPL option and code on the screen for 10% …Very.Starting price £950.Use BNPL option and code on the screen for 10% credit back.


Thats for 64GB version at that price, the 256GB is still over a grand with the 10% off
TheAppleGeezer13/07/2019 10:04

Very.Starting price £950.Use BNPL option and code on the screen for 10% …Very.Starting price £950.Use BNPL option and code on the screen for 10% credit back.


That’s for 64GB. This is 250GB which is still cheaper than Very after discounts
Madwyn13/07/2019 10:10

I bought an EE locked iPhone XS Max for £870 brand new, cold!


But where from ? eBay?
rich14613/07/2019 10:23

But where from ? eBay?


Yes, eBay. I know here comes the no return stuff. But it’s with Apple warranty, do some homework will protect you.
Madwyn13/07/2019 10:32

Yes, eBay. I know here comes the no return stuff. But it’s with Apple w …Yes, eBay. I know here comes the no return stuff. But it’s with Apple warranty, do some homework will protect you.


Too risky. I’ve had some bad experiences with eBay. Maybe you were lucky but I’d rather pay extra with confidence it will be hassle free . I would also get it verified by Apple once it arrived to ensure you have warranty and it’s basically legit. That’s what I would do. Not saying you should do that if you are happy with it.
Madwyn13/07/2019 10:10

I bought an EE locked iPhone XS Max for £870 brand new, cold!


Cool story, have a blue peter badge!

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I actually have a choice between a new iPhone 8 256GB from VERY working out at around £645 or this one at £800.. Both sites give you 28 days to return providing you don’t open the box
rich14613/07/2019 11:09

I actually have a choice between a new iPhone 8 256GB from VERY working …I actually have a choice between a new iPhone 8 256GB from VERY working out at around £645 or this one at £800.. Both sites give you 28 days to return providing you don’t open the box


How do you get the 8 for that price?
Bendown13/07/2019 14:33

How do you get the 8 for that price?


£80 cashback they recently ran if you take 12 month BNPL and 3% Quidco cashback

Just need to make up my mind on which one I return.
Edited by: "rich146" 13th Jul
Wouldn’t bother with these now 5G is starting to roll out in the UK. Apple will be releasing a new model soon to support this.
ashtad14/07/2019 06:12

Wouldn’t bother with these now 5G is starting to roll out in the UK. Apple …Wouldn’t bother with these now 5G is starting to roll out in the UK. Apple will be releasing a new model soon to support this.


How much will the new models cost this time ? Why jump onto the 5g bandwagon in its infancy ? You’ll potentially be paying a premium for teething problems in both a new model of phone and network technology. No thanks.
ashtad14/07/2019 06:12

Wouldn’t bother with these now 5G is starting to roll out in the UK. Apple …Wouldn’t bother with these now 5G is starting to roll out in the UK. Apple will be releasing a new model soon to support this.



Wouldn’t bother with 5G, they need to improve 3G first.
rodman17/07/2019 01:37

Wouldn’t bother with 5G, they need to improve 3G first.


Where I live I don’t even use 4g. 3G seems to work best.
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