expired Apple iPhone X 64GB $1329 (Was $1579), 256GB $1579 (Was $1829) @ JB Hi-Fi

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iPhone X 265GB $1,579

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Overview

iPhone X features an all-screen design with a 5.8-inch Super Retina HD display with HDR and True Tone.1 Designed with the most durable glass ever in a smartphone and a surgical-grade stainless steel band. Charges wirelessly.2 Resists water and dust.3 12-megapixel dual cameras with dual optical image stabilisation for great low light photos. TrueDepth camera with Portrait selfies and new Portrait Lighting.4 Face ID lets you unlock and use Apple Pay with just a glance. Powered by A11 Bionic, the smartest and most powerful chip ever in a smartphone. Supports augmented reality experiences in games and apps. With iPhone X, the next era of iPhone has begun.

Key Features

5.8-inch Super Retina HD display with HDR and True Tone1

All-glass and stainless steel design; water and dust resistance3

12-megapixel dual cameras with dual OIS, Portrait mode, Portrait Lighting and 4K video up to 60 fps4

7-megapixel TrueDepth front camera with Portrait mode and Portrait Lighting4

Face ID for secure authentication and Apple Pay

A11 Bionic, the smartest and most powerful chip in a smartphone

Wireless charging — works with Qi chargers2

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  • +51 votes

    Just a reminder there will be new iPhones announced on Thursday morning.

  • +20 votes

    The deal for people that are happy with a phone that will be out of date in less than 36 hours!

  • +9 votes

    I just can’t see myself spending $1500 on a phone

    • +50 votes

      Then why click into this bargain?

    • +22 votes

      I don't own one or have no plan to buy one either. I am happy with my Android Phone. But just posted this deal for our cashed-up-oz-bargainer-friends.

    • +13 votes

      meh
      for something you use everyday it's understandable if you spend a lot on your phone

      • -7 votes

        That rule is all well for things like beds, furniture etc. But for a phone from a company that's model is based on planned obsolescence… Nah. 100% can understand why someone would buy this, its more a statement than a phone. But your point is moot when referring to modern smartphones.

        • +8 votes

          Your statement is based on a fallacy. Unless you are happy driving a model T Ford coming only in black then your comment about planned obsolescence makes no sense. Technology always advances and you are given a choice to buy older iPhones which remarkably still work.

          Unless Apple have inserted software into my new replacement iPhone SE which I got last week to cut off my ability to text and call then I have no issues buying something older as many other. If you want a vehicle to wont be obsolete then maybe riding a donkey is for you.

        • +7 votes

          Not to mention the fact that latest iOS12 will support devices as old as iPhone 5s (released in 2013!). How is it planned obsolesce, when Apple keeps giving you the same OS as their flagship devices, 5 years after the launch? How many other vendors provide you with that?
          I have a 4 year old iPhone6 rocking iOS12 Beta, and its running pretty well.

        • -13 votes

          @Icecold5000: Apple inserts software to slow down your phone to unuseable levels. There has not been a more blatant case of planned obsolecence in recent years.

          Your statement is based on ignorance of reality.

        • +2 votes

          @Diji1:

          Got a good deal on a donkey for you.

        • +2 votes

          @Diji1: The fully updated and butter smooth iPhone 5s in my house would say otherwise.

        • +2 votes

          @Diji1: Some of my friends are still happy with their iPhone 5s too. I still have 1st gen iPad Mini no problem too. Including a 5 year old Macboks. Its the people wanting to run more intensive apps that may notice a slow down as new technology demands more, which is a basic problem you will find even in any older PC or Android phones

        • +2 votes

          @Lolno234:

          Yeah my iPad Air 2 still can keep up with my note 9 in most tasks. Still gets phenomenal battery life too. The only thing I can criticise about it from a performance perspective is it often reloads apps and webpages now. But I’m very happy with 4 years of use, and still seeing the latest iOS updates. Can’t say my nexus 9 from the same time period held up as well.

    • +7 votes

      But how often do you use your phone? If the answer is a lot, then what difference does it make the object your purchasing? Some people spend $20000 on a small metal object that sits on a finger. Some $300000 on a vehicle that gets then to the same place as a Camry would. Something is only worth as much as someone is willing to pay for it. And there is a lot of people willing to pay for an iPhone.

  • +1 vote

    $250 off an iPhone X, Which is due to be replaced in less than 48 hours. However the new model is probably going to be a little bit more expensive than expected given how badly the Australian dollar is performing at the moment.

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      I got an iPhone X not too long ago, about a month, it serves well for the next 13 months where I will upgrade again, to the successor of these new phones coming out in 48 hours. Obviously, you could always just wait a month or so and save $200. Either way you win if you buy this or the the new ones which release in two days. I hadn't upgraded for 3 years so the X was a big boost to what I had before.

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        You waited 3 years and could have waited 2 more days for a much better deal. Lol.

        could always just wait a month or so and save $200. Either way you win if you buy this or the the new ones which release in two days.

        Well.. one way is you losing big-time by wasting $200 and now you have a model that is a year old.

        There's a reason that Apple corporate do not like saying anything about a future model months before… because traffic and sales through the Apple store plunge and people wait for the better deal. And the mac rumours buy'er guide, proclaiming "DON'T BUY!".

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          You waited 3 years and could have waited 2 more days for a much better deal. Lol.

          I couldn't actually, my old phone just died on me, so I needed something within a week. I could've waited another month, but I really needed a decent phone while travelling. My old phone was fine up till that point and served me well, but it died so I had to get something.

          Well.. one way is you losing big-time by wasting $200 and now you have a model that is a year old.

          Not really, like I said I needed something and it was a good upgrade over my three year old phone. I mostly use mine for calls and for some light apps, as well as taking some photos, nothing too heavy. When you buy any piece of technology you can always make the argument you wasted X amount of money because at the end of the day everything gets outdated, whether that's a laptop or a phone or an SSD or a graphics card or a CPU etc etc. I don't think my money was wasted. My old phone died, I got an upgrade 3 years on and enjoy my X thoroughly. What was wasted? Nothing.

          There's a reason that Apple corporate do not like saying anything about a future model months before… because traffic and sales through the Apple store plunge and people wait for the better deal.

          I'm well aware that new phones were on the horizon, every September a new iPhone comes out. It's not exactly a hidden aspect or a surprise. -.-

        • -4 votes

          @KARMAAA:

          Well instead you can change your original post to "my phone died, so I had to swallow the extra price due to personal time restrictions only applying to myself".

          When you buy any piece of technology you can always make the argument you wasted X amount of money because at the end of the day everything gets outdated

          Good luck with your life. You don't sound very ozbargain to me nor have an interest in making your money do more for you.

    • +2 votes

      Very possible the AUD to USD will cause them to re-index prices. Need to factor in the iPhone X equivalent model (non LCD or PLUS) one is very widely rumoured to start at $100 USD less than last years model too, so that'll factor in to the eventual price.

      I wouldn't purchase until ones seen the new models and the local pricing in announced. Also for those that aren't too worried by specs, the lower end LCD one is rumoured to start around $699 USD compared to this years $999USD iPhone X, so that model will be significantly cheaper even with the AUD conversion taken into account.

    • +1 vote

      There'll be a small and large version, the small the same size as the current X so if the price of that goes up, the X Plus will be creeping up to $2k. Really can't see that happening.

  • +2 votes

    I sold my X and got a great deal on a 8, didn’t like it.

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      did you go back to the X? or move elsewhere?

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        maybe best to get 9, sort of in the middle.

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        No, i have had 2 since November, usually buy off GT, cashed out before they tanked. Mobile Monster have dropped their price by $210 since i sold mine to them a month ago. There has been a few go on GT new sealed for $9-1,000 in the last week.
        Worst re sale iPhone yet IMO and i buy and sell a lot.

        I prefer the 8 size with TID.

  • +1 vote

    Also I'm guessing this would be eligible for Officeworks price match.

  • -2 votes

    If I remember correctly as well the iPhone X will be discontinued when the new models comes out, as Apple is not going to continue producing it.

      • +4 votes

        When the 6S was released it only seemed a very minor upgrade over what was the entirely new iPhone 6, but looking back now the 6S has proven significantly better in the long term. The 6S is still very useable many years later. This is why I'm holding out for the next model, it may be much the same but everything will be ironed out.

        • +2 votes

          I’m using iPhone 6 and it’s still strong.

        • +6 votes

          When the 6 Launched it was a bit hamstrung by the 1GB of RAM. I'd say more than anything the jump to 2GB for the 6s really helped. Its rumoured we'll see another jump in that department too, but at the same time the X currently still flies and in benchmarks at least out performs many of the competitors 2018 chips, let alone the 2017 ones. I don't think the 6 was ever the powerhouse that the X has proven to be.

          That said my point that I probably didn't articulate too well is that "discontinued" in my view isn't the right word as it makes it sound like the X form factor or defining features are being abandoned. The lines being upgraded and they aren't going to keep last years specs on the market, but the device on the whole is going to remain with upgrades. They'll still have the same basic all screen design, no touch ID and use Face Time.

          I'd 100% say that people should wait until Thursday before making a decision too.

        • +2 votes

          Older model's should start to perform better with the new iOS release which will be available in the coming days as well.

        • +3 votes

          @tonyduffe: I’ve been running the beta for a while and can confirm there’s a noticeable speed bump throughout the OS on older models.

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          My wife has a 6s and its showing it's age.
          Bad battery, average camera

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    The new iPhone XS Max will be $1999 in the 512GB variety. $1249 USD and 10% tax, plus bad aus dollar.

  • +1 vote

    no, I will wait for iPhone X max

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    Do JB support a scheme of getting cash back for recent purchases if they drop the price like this? Wife recently got given an iPX from JB. I've seen a lot of people get store credit or direct refunds of the difference but can't find that its an official policy.

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      You can i guess, worth calling them

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      Every OzBargainer surely has a credit card that does this anyway by now?

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  • +3 votes

    Only Apple can make a 1 year old soon to be replaced product appealing on 15% off RRP.

  • +1 vote

    Just a reminder that the Apple Store has 14 day return policy. I returned my iPhone X yesterday :-)

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      It’s actually now 28 or 30 days but I’m not sure if that’s a published policy or a hush hush one.

      Also I heard whispers there is some discretion to price match. How easily obtainable it is I have no idea.

  • +1 vote

    Anybody see this article?

    Australia is now the 4th cheapest country in the world to buy an iPhone

    I'll stick with my 16GB iPhone 5. Don't see the need to update to the latest top of the line phone. When a cheaper one will do just as well. Although I find 16gb getting a bit small these days although still manageable.

    • -1 vote

      More evidence that exchange rates have little to do with local prices. Unless you still believe competition leads to low prices and other idiocies I guess, you'll ignore just about anything.

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        Exchange rates do factor in still. Apple and a lot of other big companies only update the prices to reflect exchange rate movement every 6 to 12 months though so they tend to lag movements one way or another. When they do adjust they tend to be cautious too based on the fact it’s a movement to last a certain period and they won’t be dynamically moving the price again 2 weeks later.

        That chart could shift a lot tomorrow as a product line updates one of the times they’re likely to re-baseline prices across the family. If Apples data says our dollars gonna tank I’m sure it’ll reflect in local pricing to an extent.

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      16GB is fine for me I just have to offload photos every month or so.

  •  

    I’m still soooo happy with my 7 Plus. Battery still lasts me 3 days, but I’ll use the $39 battery replacement deal before Dec 31st just because it’s there. This is the first smart phone I won’t be upgrading after two years. I plan on keeping this for another two years. I wonder how many others are doing something similar? I’m sure it won’t affect Apple, but I certainly have no incentive to upgrade.

    • +1 vote

      I second what you said, especially with how the 7Plus exterior (case) quality is so much better than the later models.

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      I haven’t looked into it but is the battery replacement available to any 7 Plus user? That would make it much easier to hang onto mine for another year or two as well.

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      I stopped updating the software last year and found my iPhone 7 to be amazing. Still really quick with good battery life.

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      You most likely won't get the replacement since your battery still works like magic as you said three days

      They only replace it if it's less than 50% healthy

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        Don’t believe you need to wait for 50%. You can claim it whenever. The offers even open to iPhone X which would never get to 50% in 12 months.

        Out old 6s reports 82% or so but has had its performance throttled due to unplanned reboots.

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          Yeh. You need to come up with some BS reason and make it sound like shit so they will honour it

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      yea went from 6 to a 7+ last year and it's so much better and holding up so well! I dont have to wait for apps to launch and don't get freezes, the battery is great. I don't really see a point to upgrade even if the 7+ is 2 years old!

  • +3 votes

    No point in buying soon to be outdated model without seeing the upcoming

  • +1 vote

    No desire to use Face ID.
    sticking with the 7 for Touch ID.
    thanks.

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    People we're b!tching about the Note 9 price and look Apple is just as bad. 🙄🙄

  • +1 vote

    Officeworks have not responded..yet.
    If you're looking to price-beat, I'd get in first thing tomorrow.

  • +2 votes

    Any phone needs recharge after 2pm is bad.

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