Late last week, a robotics student by the name of Ken Pillionel had modified an iPhone X to have a USB-C port rather than the standard Lightning port Apple ships. It has been listed on eBay and has now been sold for $86,001 on eBay.

The video from Ken is below where he explains how he made the “the world’s first USB-C iPhone.” The winning bider will get the 64GB iPhone X, without its original accessories as well as a 30 min phone call with Ken, the creator to answer any questions.