Apple may be pushing iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR into the global community but that doesn’t mean that iPhone X doesn’t still have its place.

If you are interested in last year’s hardware but have always been put off by the price, then now is your time to grab yourself a bargain.

This type of deal is pretty much unheard of when it comes to offering Apple’s premium smartphones with some kind of discount applied. The deal comes ahead of the impending Black Friday madness and is being offered by Amazon. The deal means that you can pick up a refurbished iPhone X starting at just $725 rather than the high $1000+ that consumers would still expect to pay when purchasing this smartphone from other retailers. Yes it’s refurbished but Amazon’s listing says that “Product works and looks like new. Backed by the 90-day Amazon Renewed Guarantee.”

The models on offer while stocks last and their associated prices are as follows:

With each purchase, regardless of internal capacity and external finish, you are going to get a version of the smartphone which has been brought back up to an extremely high standard and which comes with all of the iPhone X’s usual flair and capability. That includes Apple’s first glorious OLED panel that replaced the older LCD inclusion. It offers the first forward-facing TrueDepth camera that allowed Apple to include functionality like Face ID for facial detection. It also offers features such as Animoji, a dual-lens rear camera that takes glorious photographs, and an all-glass design that really makes iPhone X feel like a new breed of premium smartphones as far as Apple is concerned.

This gorgeous device comes with wireless charging and should be one of the most premium smartphones that you have owned. If you prefer to stay away from Apple’s iPhone XS and that huge price that comes associated with that then this could be the perfect purchase that sets you up on an excellent smartphone journey for the next twelve months and beyond.

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