IF you’re looking to buy an iPhone but don’t like the hefty price tag, there’s a clever way to get a decent discount.
Apple is selling a range of refurbished iPhones at up to £323 off.
And because they’re Certified Refurbished, you can rest assured that the tech giant has completely refreshed them to be as close to new as possible.
This includes a complete brand new battery and a new outer shell.
You also get a one-year warranty.
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so if you want iPhone 12 pro max with 128GB it costs £809 instead of £949.
That’s a saving of £140.
It is currently available on the Apple store in gold, silver, graphite and pacific blue.
If you want to take it even cheaper, you can iPhone 12 pro is available for £719, which is £130 off the usual price.
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And the regular iphone 12 starts at £579 with £100 deducted.
That iPhone 12 mini goes even lower, to a bargain price of £489 – down from £579 if bought brand new.
Some refurbished iPhone 11 units are also available to buy, with even bigger savings of up to £323 for those ProMax.
Apple also offers financing options so you can spread the cost.
And don’t forget, you’re not only saving money, you’re also doing something for the environment by avoiding waste.
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