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10 Things You Should Do Before the iPhone X Release Date



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If you're determined to buy the iPhone X make sure you start putting those pennies into the piggy bank because you're going to pony up a bunch of cash in October and beyond. 

While some of you will buy the iPhone X on payment plans, others will have to incur $1000 or more upfront. If that's going to be a problem for you come October, you're probably better off buying something else or waiting to buy the iPhone X.

The upfront cost of the iPhone X probably won't be the only thing to drain your bank account either. 

You might need to buy additional cables. You might need a new case. A new screen protector. (There are a ton of great iPhone X accessories out there already.) Or you might want to snag AppleCare+ to protect your phone. You also might need to put a down payment on your order.

You're probably going to spend more than you think so you better be ready.



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