How Much Is Your iPhone X Worth Now?

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As many expected, Apple has mercilessly killed its iPhone X. Replacing it are the company's new flagships: the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max

 Credit: Tom's GuideCredit: Tom's Guide

However, despite being ousted from Apple's kingdom, many sites are still offering top dollar for your iPhone X. In fact, it's still the most sough-after iPhone by retailers and trade-in sites.   

iPhone X Trade-in Value (64GB/256GB)


AT&T
Sprint
T-Mobile
Verizon
Unlocked
Amazon
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Best Buy
$510 / $568
$510 / $568
$510 / $568
$510 / $568
N/A
Gamestop
$425 / $475
$420 / $460
$415 / $460
$460 / $510
$295 / $315
Gazelle
$460 / $520
$450 / $550
$495 / $550
$500 / $540
$500 / $540
Walmart
$382.50 / $459
$369 / $414
$369 / $414
$445.50 / $508.50
$441 / $490.50

For instance, the base iPhone X (64GB) can fetch you up to $510 at Best Buy, whereas a 64GB iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus max out at $350 and $425, respectively. (Amazon, which normally offers the most money via store credit, is currently not buying back iPhone X handhelds). 

If you opt to sell your iPhone X back to Apple, the Apple Store will give you as much as $525 in store credit, which you can use to lower the price of any of Apple's new flagships.

That said, not everyone will want to give up their iPhone X for one of Cupertino's new handhelds. Despite its age, the iPhone X is still one of the most powerful phone on the market and many users simply won't need any added power or features that Apple's new flagships offer.

However, if you're remotely interested in Apple's new devices, we've broken down what your iPhone X can fetch you this week. Also, keep in mind that carriers such as AT&T and Verizon will also buy back your iPhone. So shop your phone around for the best rate possible.