Published: Friday, November 03, 2017 @ 10:06 AM
By: Debbie Lord, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
— The question for today: How can you tell if you are an Apple “superfan?”
Answer: If you’ll cough up $1,000 for a new phone, you can stop wondering.
The Apple iPhone X (pronounced “ten”) hit stores Friday, and the arrival was greeted as usual with Apple fans lined up to be among the first to get the latest version of company’s flagship product.
If you are among those considering the new phone, you’ll have to get that wallet open. The phone certainly is not cheap. The iPhone X with 64GB of storage starts at $999. The 256GB model is $1149.
The phone comes in two colors – silver and space gray.
You can buy an unlocked Apple iPhone x through Apple’s upgrade plan. The 64GB iPhone X will cost $49.91 per month. The
256GB version will cost $56.16 per month.
T-Mobile is asking for $279.99 down for the 64GB model, then $30 a month for two years. If you want the 256GB version, the down payment is $429.99 plus $30 a month.
Verizon is offering discounts on iPhones X if you trade in an older phone. For the 64GB model, Verizon is charging $41.66 a month. For the 256 GB model, the monthly charge is $47.91.
The company will give you $300 off the phone if you trade in these models:
Verizon offers $200 on these models:
Up to $100 off the iPhone X:
Sprint is offering a deal to new and current customers who get a 64GB iPhone on the Sprint Flex plan. You can save $350 off the cost of the phone, then pay $22.22 a month for 18 months. You must trade in an old phone to get the deal.
Here are the phones eligible for the trade-in deal: