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All Those iPhone 6 Reselling Stories

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I assume most people have been hearing constant stories on how a lot of people who have purchased the iPhone 6 are simply doing so in hopes to resell it. I’ve read figures such as how people are able to resell them for $2000+ US. This of course sparks the usual debate on whether or not it is ethical to do that or at the same time if it is even worth it financially.

While I personally wouldn’t be a fan of this, it makes me wonder how reselling it is any different from other forms of commercial attempts to essentially make money off of a hyped of product like this. For example, some people buy the phone just to publicly destroy it where they then make money off the attention that they get. Is there really any difference between that and reselling it as an example? It all equates to taking advantage of an opportunity to profit from it I think.

When you look at the crazy extent some people are willing to go through to get the product it’s almost crazy not to capitalize on it. The wackiest news I read was some guy who was actually carrying a sign that he would rent out his girlfriend to raise money to buy an iPhone 6. You can read it here: http://news.asiaone.com/news/asia/chinese-student-rents-out-girlfriend-buy-iphone

If anything, I think it’s a little crazier that people are willing to pay that much for an item that will be outdated in no time.




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