How is it they can sell last year's model for MORE than this year's? That's ridiculous. When will the prices adjust? Boost needs to be on this.
The base level iPhone 11 is 599 (Retail 699) while the base level X is 799 (Retail 899). How can you actually sell last year's model for MORE than this year's? And for that matter all the older models 8, 7 and 6. I'm interested in one of these but I'm not overpaying when you may lower the price in the next month or so. This doesnt make good business sense. @Frankt
Sorry for the confusion, @tenaciousme! Phone prices are gradually adjusted upon the launch of a newer model. However, there's not an exact date as to when this is going to happen.
Whoever decides these things needs to be made aware. I have to think sales will suffer with this top light, base heavy pricing model. There's no incentive to turn profit on older models with no incentive for customers to buy.
They're just going to have stock collecting dust when they could be moving product if their prices werent upside down. I want a 7 or 7 Plus but I'm not paying $300 for a certified pre owned 7 Plus with 32gb when the new iPhone 3 generations newer is twice as much. Bring down those prices...