Comparing prices for your mobile phone has potentially gained you an extra £186 cash and by recycling your Apple iPhone X you're also doing your bit for the environment!
To the right we list our Top Recommended Deal and below that we show all the mobile phone recyclers who will pay you to recycle your old Apple mobile phone.
We have a lot of recyclers looking to buy your iPhone X on Compare and Recycle. The range of price offers for your iPhone X varies a great deal, so you will want to ensure that you choose the offer that is best for you. To send your device to a recycler, first put your details on the website. You will then need to decide how you plan to give your device to them. The recycler can then send you a package to send back to them, or you can send your phone to them by yourself. They will then assess the quality of your device which will indicate how much money you will receive for it. How you get the payment for your iPhone X is completely up to you. You can choose between PayPal, bank transfer or cheque.
For most devices, the key to selling them is often to go with sooner as opposed to later, since their worth decreases as times goes on. However, there are specific points in the year that are ideal times to sell your iPhone X. The best times to sell your phone during the year are firstly two or so months prior to the Christmas period, and just before a new iPhone model is announced (usually in September).
The iPhone X was announced in late 2017, commemorating the iPhone series' tenth anniversary. It comes with two capacity options: 64GB and 256GB. The higher capacity phones retain their value for longer, but the lower capacity models will depreciate at a slower rate in the first year. The highest price you can get for your iPhone X (see above) is dependent on your phone's condition. The better the condition, the higher the price you can receive for it.
The recycling steps for your iPhone X are dependent on your recycler of choice. Each company will have their own process for giving your device a new lease of life, which typically involves a refurbishment. If your device cannot be fixed, then it goes to a recycling facility for internal components to be removed and put on the market.
Some companies will take your broken phone and refurbish it so that it will become usable again as a second-hand device. At the top of the page, you can choose 'broken' as the condition of your phone. The following problems which would make your device be considered as broken include issues with the speaker, the phone not charging properly, a broken screen, dents and buttons not working. If your device has water damage, ensure that you contact your recycler or read their Terms and Conditions to see their policy on this.