“Up until now, Apple has never sold refurbished iPhones on its online store,” Jeff Benjamin reports for 9to5Mac.
“You could get a refurbished Mac, iPad, or even a niche device like an AirPort Extreme, but never an iPhone,” Benjamin reports. “Apple typically used its refurbished iPhone inventory as repair/replacements for or offloaded them to 3rd party resellers. That has seemingly changed today, as Apple is offering the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus in its refurb store.”
“Customers will find the iPhone 6s in 16 GB storage varieties for $449.00,” Benjamin reports. “The larger iPhone 6s Plus is being offered in two storage varieties: 16Gb and 64GB for $529 and $589, respectively.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple certified refurbished is the route we always recommend for someone looking to get an Apple product at a discount. The products offered are basically as good as new. An Apple certified refurbished iPhone beats any new non-iPhone every day of the week!