Apple iPhone X 64GB (Silver) $1079 [Save $400] @ JB Hi-Fi (Online & in-Store)

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Apple iPhone X 64GB (Silver, Save $400) $1079

$1429 at Officeworks at time of posting.

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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

Legal 1 2 3 4


  1. The iPhone X display has rounded corners. When measured as a rectangle, the screen is 5.85 inches diagonally. Actual viewable area is less. 

  2. Compatible wireless charging mats are sold separately. 

  3. iPhone X is splash-, water- and dust-resistant, and was tested under controlled laboratory conditions with a rating of IP67 under IEC standard 60529. Splash, water and dust resistance are not permanent conditions, and resistance might decrease as a result of normal wear. Do not attempt to charge a wet iPhone; refer to the user guide for cleaning and drying instructions. Liquid damage is not covered under warranty. 

  4. Portrait Lighting is available in beta. 

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Comments

  • +117 votes

    About to be 2 model old phone with only 64gb, still >$1K. Absurd.

    • -33 votes

      Isheep love this.

      • +23 votes

        Its a really nice phone, but not at that price

        • -21 votes

          Im going back to andriod. The A20 is $159 and is 99% as good as this X but I chose a used Note9 8gb/512gb for $700!
          Why, well its got everything inc the kitchen sink
          X 3gb/64gb for $1k, this has 8gb/512gb and does DEX and LINUX/UBUNTU under DEX too.

          Apple are way way way overpriced!

          • +11 votes

            @srhardy: So is an Aston Martin, or a Lambo… my Hyundai i30 does 95% of those two cars at 10% of the price, but guess what. people pay and want it.

          • +2 votes

            @srhardy: No wireless charge, no IP rating, no quad-HD display, it's not close to 99% as good, maybe if you use you phone once a day, but even still you can easily tell the difference in build, smoothness, camera quality, etc.

            Not saying A20 is bad, but it's very obviously a budget phone and great value for the price, if you actually care about camera quality, a flagship is obviously going to be leagues better. All these missing features add up especially when this is something you use every day.

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              @Jasonissm: Phone is alright, use it to browse ozb on the train and social media. When get home just toss it somewhere and jump on my computer and tablet. Forget about it until tomorrow when ,leaving house

      • +13 votes

        Isheep love this

        ha ha that's so funny and original.

        What? People have been copying each other bleeting out this same repetetive statement for years……without the idea that they are just following each other in their attempts at humour?

        • +12 votes

          I remember when iPhone removed the headphone jack (I wasn't happy either) but for months and months android lovers mocked it, then what do you know… Samsung and many android brethren followed suit.. that surely wasn't mentioned.

          Let's just cut this bs, and call it what it is.

          These are phones, just like cars, they all mostly do the same thing, but have a badge and those manufacturing them can do whatever the f''k they want in terms of pricing and positioning, nobody is holding a gun to your head to buy it. If you want a cheap Hyundai (Xiaomi) go nuts, if you want an overpriced Aston Martin (iPhone), enjoy your high yield investment.

          • -2 votes

            @tightm8: Um you mean one model of about 8 or 9 different models of Samsungs released this year removed the headphone jack? Probably why it wasn't mentioned very much. Samsung and Apple are hardly comparable, Apple haven't innovated in design for almost 3 years yet still outprice every other phone manufacturer.

            • +2 votes

              @ColstonAUS: I think these analogies of iPhone= lambo/ferrari are a bit far fetched. Iphone hardly has such a signigicant lead on Android. Iphone = top of the range Volkswagon and top of the range Android= optioned out Toyota are a bit closer to the truth.

            • +3 votes

              @ColstonAUS: What has Samsung innovated? Phones are phones with features no one really needs, but just want to gloat about having.

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                @Danstar: Put a Galaxy S8+ next to an S10+ or a Note 8 next to a Note 10, just on visuals alone they are significantly different, not to mention the hardware, software and added features. Apple make incremental changes that barely warrant an upgrade and charge through the roof for it

                • +10 votes

                  @ColstonAUS: You're being silly. I can say the same thing about an iPhone, put an iPhone 7 next to a 10, the changes are massive (especially hardware). Comparing phones that are 3 generations apart for Samsung but saying iPhone only makes incremental changes is just stupid.

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            @tightm8: The removal of headphone jacks on Android are very widely mentioned. From the pixels to the note 10.

            Hell, still seeing it praised when they pop up on the mid range machines like the a70/50

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            @tightm8: Saw an Aston today. A total waste imo, use it to drive home and to work.

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          I just realised that was meant to be a joke. As in I for "iPhone" and sheep for sheep.

          Wow that was…yeah.

      • +6 votes

        Have fun with your OS that is basically a giant surveillance system made by an advertising company.

        Non-Apple hardware can be great. But running Android is a terrifying prospect.

        • +1 vote

          Really irritates me Apple's attitude to hardware and pricing structure is so awful. I'd absolutely buy an iPhone if there was something reasonable for around $700.

          Their tech's pretty great (iirc their chip flogs Qualcomm and Samsung's) and the approach to software is pretty pro consumer.

    • +4 votes

      Well, someone had to be negative about the deal and it was you, congratulations.

    • +7 votes

      AUD/USD fell almost 20% since its release so it's not too bad I would say.

    • +2 votes

      I honestly feel really bad for those dependent on iPhones because they have to spend a lot to even get 2-3 year old models :(
      I get the appeal of the "ecosystem" but god damn, these iPhones always have criminally bad battery life too

      • +20 votes

        Plus they have to keep putting up with Android users trying to get them to switch at every given opportunity.

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          While Android users get shamed for being broke… Yeah it goes both ways I've had it said to me in person and have a friend who is too embarrassed to own an Android. Should add this friend is in Law/Arts at University so still essentially in a silly child environment but doesn't really void the argument humans always want to fight eachother

          • +3 votes

            @Simster275: Don't really get the Android = Broke thing
            Been using flagship Samsungs for about 3 years nearly, each one has been ~1.2k RRP

            I feel like this Android stigma isn't that bad in Australia, in USA though it's horrible, they have the "green bubble" stigma

      • +1 vote

        You are paying for peace of mind with better resale value, service and after sales.

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          Samsungs and Pixels have also increased in their resale value over the years, mainly because of the initial outlay. This has also been met with iPhones not holding that well over the years, as there are now more iPhone models released each year, and more competition in the smartphone space where Android build quality, support and features have continued to improve.

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        I'd say that's a testament to the value. No Android phone can ever get away with this pricing. Imagine paying $1000 for an S8. I'd struggle justifying that for an S10.

      • +1 vote

        Just bought a samsung a70, looks great.

        Would've gone with an iPhone, would be fine to try it out and Google's right behind MS on my list of "companies you shouldn't give access to your data". But alas, only phone at the same price point ($550~ after an ebay coupon) was the iPhone 7. Thing's 3 gens old.

        Oh…and the lack of a headphone jack…

        Maybe I just have to look into whatever the phone version of Linux is. Surely that's gotta be a thing.

        • +1 vote

          The iph7 would be supported and receive software+security updates until 2021 as history would dictate though. I'm not sure the same thing can be said about the Galaxy 7 which came out the same year.
          I cannot argue though, the A70 looks great. A sibling bought one for $640 and it's amazing how Samsung was able to make the notch that small.

    • +4 votes

      I got an iPhone X 256gb model for $710 with 100% battery health and it had 7 months Apple Warranty left and 19 months Consumer Law warranty
      Slightly used models are the way to go!

    • +1 vote

      Compare the cost to a Pixel 3aXL, which retail at $799. Value is relative but if I’m considering paying that for a Pixel, why not spend the extra $280 for this?

    • +2 votes

      Only? I’m absolutely fine with 64gb models… onedrive, spotify, netflix etc. I’m on the flip side, can’t see why people need 256/512 or complain about a lack of removable storage.

  • +7 votes

    Welcome back

  • +6 votes

    these will be 2 generations old after next week. Maybe a 50% off reduction would be better ;)

  • +1 vote

    Apple is no longer selling the X, any downsides of buying this considering that?

    • +1 vote

      $1079 for small storage, 1st gen x model with 3rd gen release this month, better off buy used xs under warranty for $800-$1100

      • +8 votes

        2yr warranty vs maybe a warranty.

        There isn’t much difference between the two, spec wise.

        I’d buy this over a secondhand xs. You may found out that previous owner has replaced the screen with non genuine or maybe there is water damage etc.

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        May even find a brand new one at that price, after eBay code.

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          Found one easy enough for ~$1120 for a new iphX from a reputable seller(mobileciti) with an eBay plus code. This was last month and since then I noticed they've started to go out of stock on reputable stores selling it at those prices.

    • -1 vote

      iPhone XS and somewhat surprisingly, the XR, both have significant camera improvements over the X.

      I would personally go with the XR over the X purely based on the faster processor and better camera. I think it’s a reasonable trade off (the LCD screen is fine. My main gripe is the bigger bezels on the XR).

      • +4 votes

        having owned both for 12 months or so each, id comfortably have the X over the XR - only stuck with the XR as i got a work phone.

      • +5 votes

        The screen on the XR is below par when placed near the oled screens.
        Dual Camera on the X is better than the XR.
        The XR does have the best battery though.

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          The screen on the XR is below par when placed near the oled screens.

          I was looking at them side by side earlier this week and could hardly see a difference.

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          I have the XR and the XS Max in my family ( I still have the 7)
          Side by side the XS max looks better, but not that much better it matters on a phone.
          They are both amazingly powerful compared with my 7 though.
          If I had over a phone righ now! It wold be the XR while cursing I couldn’t wait a fortnight.

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        The next XR version next week prob smash this

    • +4 votes

      Apple is known for it's after sales service and that's why holding a brand value in this competitive market.

      Missus is using 4 years old iPhone 6Plus and it had some performance issues.. Simply called up apple service center and the person was more than happy to troubleshoot the issue without any hesitation.. The issue is resolved over the phone..

      My personal experience says "NO DOWNSIDE" unless you are not concerned about pricing.