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Apple has been known to be ultra stringent when it comes to quality control and product defects, as most never see the light of day outside their factories. However, this iPhone 11 Pro Max with a misaligned logo is allegedly a 1-in-100 million error. Fortunately, this misaligned logo is the only defect on the handset, and its current owner tried selling it for a premium recently, but was unable to get their desired asking price (reportedly $2,700 USD). Read more for a video discussing this iPhone.
Back in November 2015, there was a single iPad Pro discovered with a gold Touch ID ring and a silver back that was actually shipped to a user after passing through all quality control checkpoints. We haven’t seen that put up for sale, but imagine it could fetch a nice amount if a collector steps up. One piece of Apple memorabilia that did sell for a hefty amount recently is a handwritten Steve Jobs job application that sold for around $222,4000 USD.
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I'm the owner of this iPhone. Actually it is iPhone11PRO Max.
I tried to sell it few weeks ago, but nobody bought from me. So I still have it. pic.twitter.com/u3EQxJ4K9R
— y.shimizu_D (@closeup_miracle) April 12, 2021