Apple’s top of the line smartphone has just set a new record, this one relevant to anyone curious to see how much they can resell their iPhone X for.

Apple set the price of the base model when the phone was released last year at $999, and depending on if you want more storage the price tag can run well past the $1,000 mark. A new study from liquidation company B-Stock, meanwhile, suggests the phone is worth at least $849.15 at resale, which also suggests that Apple’s newest iPhone apparently does the best job among iPhones of maintaining its value.

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