APPLE’s iPhone X seems to still have a great advantage over its Android rivals despite being on the market for almost an entire year.
The iPhone X was shown off by Apple last September and released in November the same year.
The device touted an incredible new design that was not only futuristic but also extremely functional and intuitive.
And it appears this flagship still has a huge lead over its Android rivals, even with new iPhones expected to be announced on Wednesday, September 12.
Tech trade-in site Music Magpie, recently insisted the iPhone X has held 68 percent of its value since being released while newer Android rivals such as the Samsung Galaxy S9+ have lost roughly half of their original value in a mere five months on the market.

The firm put together its depreciation data based on how much it would offer for a number of flagships since their respective debuts.
It declared the iPhone X in a 64GB variant would sell for £572 on the site, marking a depreciation of minus 34 percent since November.
And it declared the 256GB option of the product would sell for £680, marking a depreciation of minus 32 percent.
Apple’s iPhone X launched for a price of £999 for the 64GB storage model and £1,149 for the 256GB variant.

Meanwhile, the company explained it would offer customers a mere £290 for the Google Pixel 2 XL with 128GB of storage, marking a huge price plunge of minus 80 percent.
Google Pixel 2 XL launched for £799 if customers wanted 64GB of storage and £899 if they wanted the 128GB variant.
Huawei’s P20 Pro also sells for a fraction of its initial asking price.
The Chinese flagship sells for £300, marking a price decline of minus 78 percent.
The P20 Pro was priced at £800 for the baseline model when it released earlier this year.
And Samsung’s Galaxy S9+ with 128GB of storage will sell on the site for £432, marking a price fall of just over 50 percent.

Music Magpie put together a chart of devices that it claims depreciate the least and Apple’s iPhone line dominated the list.
The first four spots of the chart went to the iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 respectively.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and S8+ following in fifth and sixth places respectively.
Apple is presumed to be planning the grand unveilings of new iPhones at a scheduled hardware event on Wednesday, September 12.