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Why Buy A Certified Used iPhone X

The iPhone X is Apple’s flagship iPhone in the new era of iPhone design – there’s no home button, Face ID replaces Touch ID, and this iPhone is sleeker and faster than ever. The design has since become the standard iPhone aesthetic, and it has pioneered a new wave of next-generation smartphones.

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Buy a Used iPhone X in Certified Premium Pre-Owned Condition

At Glyde, we value the quality of our used iPhones. That’s why each of our phones gets a thorough cosmetic checkup in addition to going through more than 30 functional tests before being listed. When you shop Glyde, you know you’re getting a high-quality pre-owned phone. We offer a 14-day, 100% money-back return policy as well as a 2-month guarantee against any manufacturing issues.

iPhone X FAQ:

How much does a used iPhone X cost?

At Glyde, we offer the iPhone X in certified pre-owned condition for low prices. Since the release of newer models, the price of this phone is currently more affordable than ever. Prices change frequently, but today’s average cost of a used iPhone X is $435.

What colors are available for the iPhone X?

The iPhone X comes in two colors: silver and space grey. If you’re looking for a phone with some more expansive color customization options, check out some of the newer iPhone models – the XR is a good place to start.

What storage options are available on the iPhone X?

Apple offers 64GB, and 256GB options for this phone. If you’re looking to store some extra photo and video, check out iCloud Storage – it’s Apple’s easy and affordable way to help you store large files.

Does the iPhone X have a good camera?

The iPhone X features a dual-camera system. Portrait mode is one of the most popular features on this camera; it’s a mode which allows you to take professional-quality photos from the comfort of your phone.

When will used iPhone X prices drop?

Our used iPhone prices are always low, but they drop over time, as new iPhones are released. Prices for older used iPhones are typically much lower than new retail prices. Our prices on Apple’s discontinued premium models are generally 40-60% lower than new.

Should I get the iPhone 8 or X?

The iPhone 8 and X were released at the same time, so they get compared often. The bottom line: if you prefer Apple’s old phone style, go with the iPhone 8. If you like the new look, pick the X! We offer both at incredibly low prices.

Is the iPhone X cheaper than other iPhones?

The iPhone X is a premium iPhone, but we offer it at affordable prices. It originally premiered on the market as a top-end phone, but since new phone models have been released, it is no longer as expensive as it used to be. At Glyde, we offer the iPhone X for low prices in certified pre-owned condition. The average used iPhone X for sale on Glyde costs about 15% less than the iPhone XS, but costs 45% more than the iPhone 8 on average.

Premium Pre-Owned

Why buy used phones on Glyde? All our phones are in like-new condition, receiving a Premium Pre-Owned grade after 30+ functional tests and a comprehensive cosmetic inspection. Only about 1 in 10 used phones qualify.

Buying Premium Pre-Owned costs roughly 15%-80% less than buying new-in-box. These price discounts are based on the MSRP the last year the device was manufactured and sold new-in-box by the OEM. For example, phones like the iPhone 8 that are still in production and sold new-in-box by Apple, are compared to the list price currently on apple.com. Phones no longer in production, like the iPhone 6S, are compared to what Apple sold a new-in-box 6S in 2017, the last year it was in production. The longer the device has been out of production, the greater the discount you should expect.

When comparing our Premium Pre-Owned prices to other websites, remember condition has a dramatic effect on the price. So if the price for the same used device is lower on another website, it’s because the condition is not comparable.