That didn’t take long.
eBay merchants already got their grimy hands on iPhone X pre-orders and are charging exorbitant prices to desperate Apple fanatics.
One seller, who surprisingly holds a perfect feedback rating, is hoping someone makes one very bad buying decision. They’re selling the phone, which won’t be delivered until Nov. 17 to Nov. 24, for an absurd $60,000.
Another seller thinks they can deliver an iPhone X to you by Nov. 1, two days before it’s even released.
Others are a bit more reasonable, with most iPhone X listings falling between $1,500 and $3,000. That’s a ton of money for a smartphone, but remember, the iPhone X already starts at $1,000.
It appears some of these upsellers are finding some success. Filtering the listings shows at least a dozen iPhone Xs sold in the last 24 hours for $1,500 to $2,300.
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People who pre-ordered the device are already facing shipment delays and reports of iPhone shortages could push orders back to 2018.
Our advice? Stay far away from eBay. Instead, pre-order the iPhone X from carriers or Apple’s official website as soon as possible or prepare to wait in line at an Apple store on Nov. 3.