With the release of newer iPhones like the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12, Apple has phased out sales of the iPhone X, which was originally released in 2017. 
But, if you’re in the market for an iPhone and don’t want to drop major dollars on the newest versions, you can still purchase a refurbished or used iPhone X, XR, XS, or XS Max from Apple or other retailers like Amazon and Best Buy.
Here’s everything you need to know about the iPhone X models, and how much they cost.
The iPhone X — like the XR, XS, and XS Max — is no longer sold in new condition by any retailer. But, you can buy it certified refurbished from Apple, which is the safest bet to guarantee the best condition. 
However, if you prefer a cheaper option, the iPhone X is available refurbished or used from third-party sites. 
Important: If you’re buying directly from Apple, all models are fully unlocked, meaning they will work with any cellular carrier. On Amazon and Best Buy, you’ll be able to buy the phones unlocked from any carrier, or from a specific carrier if you choose. Some other retailers may require you to register the device with your cell phone carrier. All prices listed below are for the unlocked versions.
You can buy the iPhone X 256GB for $679 from Apple. You can also find iPhone X models will less storage starting at $299 on Amazon and $429 on Best Buy. 

iPhone X

The iPhone X.
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You can’t buy the iPhone XR from Apple, but you can find it on Amazon starting at $325 and on Best Buy starting at $409. 
Here’s what each iPhone X model offers: 

The iPhone X kicked off the iPhone redesign. It introduced the edge-to-edge display with almost no visible bezel, packing a 5.8-inch display with dual 12-megapixel cameras (both wide-angle and telephoto).
It also replaced Touch ID with Face ID, creating the infamous notch — the screen is interrupted at the top with a cutout for various cameras and sensors.
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