Alleged iPhone 6 prototype breaks $100K on eBay

iPhone 6 being sold on eBay, advertised as a rare prototype.
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iPhone 6 being sold on eBay, advertised as a rare prototype.

The current bid for an iPhone 6 on eBay is $100,100.

But this isn't any Apple iPhone: The device, currently offered by technology enthusiast Alex Kantor is allegedly a prototype model, still running the testing software, CNET reported.

"I determined that this iPhone was a version not meant for the consumer market after seeing the software version on it. I am an avid tech lover and I knew what this software was right away. It is actually called SwitchBoard and is only for internal Apple testing," Kantor told CNET. "Also, there is no FCC markings on the rear of the device or model number. Also, there is a red charging port which is known on prototypes."

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Kantor said that he was sent the device by Verizon when he simply ordered a normal iPhone 6, CNET reported.

As of Monday afternoon the auction, which ends Thursday, has 200 bids.