A prototype original iPhone just popped up on eBay and the bidding has already hit US$12,500. The phone is described as an early prototype, and the seller says, “This prototype is running an early version of Apple’s iOS designed to test the phone’s hardware functions. The same operating system, which features tests for the iPhone’s radios, touch sensors, display and battery.” Considering how rare these are it isn’t too surprising the bids climbing so high, and they will likely go a lot higher, too.
An eBay sale is taking 15% off of Apple products, Bose, TVs, and more. It works on orders of $25 or more when you use a coupon code.
As deals on iTunes cards have become rarer, this is one of the best offers out there. [Update: Link to the deal added!]
Apple’s planned improvements for the Apple TV make it a great streaming device for an increasingly all-digital age, but if you’re intent on sticking with physical media, you can pick up an incredible collection of more than 21,000 UHD, Blu-ray, HD-DVD, DVD, Laserdisc, VHS, and even Beta films on eBay and never need to communicate with the outside world again. It will cost you $1 million but, hey, free shipping!
If you really want an iPhone X and have over US$3,000 burning a hole in your pocket, Ebay has some deals for you.
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