Apple Has a Refurbished Store That’s Finally Selling iPhones With a Savings Element
Apple has finally introduced a wide range of iPhones for consumers on its refurbished store, thus giving consumers the option to spend less money, while getting a powerful smartphone in return.
All iPhones From the Apple Refurbished Store Have Been Stated to Be Tested Thoroughly and Also Come With Extended Warranty
If you navigate to the iPhone section where the company has placed special deals for smartphones, you will clearly be able to view the previous generation iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus models being offered in a wide range of colors and capacities. The price of an entry-level 16GB iPhone 6s starts at $449, while a 16GB iPhone 6s Plus can be purchased for $529.
Keep in mind that the aforementioned prices are actually $100 or so less than brand new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices. The 32GB storage variants are priced at $549 for the iPhone 6s and $649 for the iPhone 6s Plus, but they are brand new. Apple states that all refurbished iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models are unlocked and SIM-free, making them fully compatible with all U.S. carriers.
This is the time that Apple has offered smartphones aside from iPads and Macs in its refurbished store. Previously, to own a refurbished iPhone, you’d have to search incessantly on different websites, making it an arduous experience indeed. While we will still recommend you to browse other sites to pick the best possible deal for you, at the end of the day, if Apple is offering you a refurbished iPhone, we honestly suggest that you avail the offer.
The reason for that is simple. According to Apple all refurbished products which also includes the newly added iPhones; they are tested, certified, cleaned, and guaranteed with a one-year warranty. Very rarely do you see warranty being offered on refurbished phones, and these handsets also feature a brand new battery and a fresh outer shell. This is to ensure that there are no scratches or other cosmetic damages visible on any of the smartphones stocked in this section.
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