On this week’s B-Stock Minute, we cover what we thought would happen with the iPhone SE release. With a launching price point of $399 in April, we leveraged historical data to predict what effect the latest Apple device would have on the Mobile secondary market.
Traditionally speaking, the release of a new iPhone has an almost immediate impact on the secondary market. Trade-ins increase, creating a surge in inventory and changes in pricing.
On this week’s B-Stock Minute, Mobile Strategic Account Manager John Speen covers what happened, and whether or not our predictions were correct:
Read more about our predictions for the iPhone SE release here.
The B-Stock Minute is a weekly, one-minute video series dedicated to updating you on the most recent trends that B-Stock is seeing in every area of our business.
The world’s largest wireless manufacturers, carriers, and trade-in companies are currently leveraging B-Stock’s B2B marketplace platform for their trade-in and excess mobile devices and accessories. Across our network, more than 3 million phones and 5 million accessories are sold annually, giving us great insight into secondary market trends. To learn more, visit our Mobile page.