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Everything you need to know about buying the iPhone X through Apple's iPhone upgrade program

Business Insider Monday, 11 September 2017 ()
Everything you need to know about buying the iPhone X through Apple's iPhone upgrade programOn Tuesday, Apple is expected to launch an iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and a premium model called the iPhone X.

With price tags rumored to be around $1,000, many people will opt to pay monthly for their iPhone.

Apple introduced its version of an installment plan — the iPhone upgrade program — in 2015. Although it sounds...
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