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How much would my iphone 7 32gb worth?

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unlocked brought from argos shortly after release, mint condition, boxed etc
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
unlocked brought from argos shortly after release, mint condition, boxed etc
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1m, 3w agoPosted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Have a look on eBay completed/sold prices from the last few weeks will give you a decent idea of the pricing
#2
Probably 450-500 and likely closer to the lower figure
#3
I'd say maybe around £520 for used new ones are going for around the £570 mark

Edited By: nathan3007 on Jan 02, 2017 19:18: ...
#4
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
#5
I paid 385 for mine but it's not arrived, open a dispute now. What colour is urs
#6
cooliomoolio
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
Where did u get urs from.
#7
you'll end up giving it away if you try selling it on eBay..!
#8
johnpaul1976
cooliomoolio
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
Where did u get urs from.


I used Facebook Marketplace and bought them both from Peterborough.. just a short train journey from me. Just to rub it in, yesterday I also used Facebook and bought a decent laptop for £150 - HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 (i5 2.9GHz/12GB RAM/250GB SSD).. first touchscreen I've owned and going to be ideal for my long travel ahead of me tomorrow!
#9
Yeah I definitely wouldn't sell another phone on eBay haha, I was thinking £480-500. How you managed to get one for under £400 is crazy you can get more from mobile phone recycling websites
#10
cooliomoolio
johnpaul1976
cooliomoolio
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
Where did u get urs from.
I used Facebook Marketplace and bought them both from Peterborough.. just a short train journey from me. Just to rub it in, yesterday I also used Facebook and bought a decent laptop for £150 - HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 (i5 2.9GHz/12GB RAM/250GB SSD).. first touchscreen I've owned and going to be ideal for my long travel ahead of me tomorrow!
Wow u did well, I could of had a rose gold iPhone 7 but he lived to far n wanted cash on collection. I want 1 but only looking to pay around £400 they loose so much money. But u have to be careful ur not buying a dodgy iPhone.
#11
I'll keep looking. eBay would be good, stick it on a buy it now. It's just u got to watch fees...
#12
I've had a few problems selling phones on eBay, try amazon, the prices are better when you sell always take photos of serial no. Page on phone and box and always send via special delivery
#13
Look on gumtree and price match.
Only accept cash on collection , do not post or accept any other payments.
check the notes are not counterfeit and log all serial numbers of phone.
#14
cooliomoolio
johnpaul1976
cooliomoolio
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
Where did u get urs from.


I used Facebook Marketplace and bought them both from Peterborough.. just a short train journey from me. Just to rub it in, yesterday I also used Facebook and bought a decent laptop for £150 - HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 (i5 2.9GHz/12GB RAM/250GB SSD).. first touchscreen I've owned and going to be ideal for my long travel ahead of me tomorrow!


From their home address? I'd be really dubious of that. Might be a good saving on the face of it but if you end up with two blocked phones (if they stop paying their bill or claim on their insurance) then suddenly it isn't such a good deal. £600 - even £385 - is a massive punt for a private sale like that, since if they block the phone then your only legal recourse is to take them to court - the police will do nothing.
#15
misterleoni
cooliomoolio
johnpaul1976
cooliomoolio
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
Where did u get urs from.


I used Facebook Marketplace and bought them both from Peterborough.. just a short train journey from me. Just to rub it in, yesterday I also used Facebook and bought a decent laptop for £150 - HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 (i5 2.9GHz/12GB RAM/250GB SSD).. first touchscreen I've owned and going to be ideal for my long travel ahead of me tomorrow!


From their home address? I'd be really dubious of that. Might be a good saving on the face of it but if you end up with two blocked phones (if they stop paying their bill or claim on their insurance) then suddenly it isn't such a good deal. £600 - even £385 - is a massive punt for a private sale like that, since if they block the phone then your only legal recourse is to take them to court - the police will do nothing.


I'm not silly, I do my due diligence before any deals. I used to run a chain laptop of laptop repair stores and regularly bought and sold laptops and mobile phones. The 256GB I bought was from a mobile phone shop who was advertising on Facebook. The other was from a private seller. The private seller sent me pictures of their Apple Store receipt which showed the IMEI number and this matched the phone and the box. I also checked the IMEI and phone serial number for both handsets via Apple themselves who confirmed all was clear. A big advantage I noticed with buying via Facebook is you can view the sellers FB profile, see all their posts, details on where they work, pictures and friends (assuming the have any.. in my case both sellers had long standing fruitful profiles with lots of personal info.. and yes, they did match their profile pics!).
#16
cooliomoolio
misterleoni
cooliomoolio
johnpaul1976
cooliomoolio
I bought a 32GB version on New Year's Eve for £385 and today I bought the 256GB version for £600, both brand new (well, Apple warranty check shows 18th Dec) and boxed although my 256GB didn't come with the EarPods.
Where did u get urs from.


I used Facebook Marketplace and bought them both from Peterborough.. just a short train journey from me. Just to rub it in, yesterday I also used Facebook and bought a decent laptop for £150 - HP EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 (i5 2.9GHz/12GB RAM/250GB SSD).. first touchscreen I've owned and going to be ideal for my long travel ahead of me tomorrow!


From their home address? I'd be really dubious of that. Might be a good saving on the face of it but if you end up with two blocked phones (if they stop paying their bill or claim on their insurance) then suddenly it isn't such a good deal. £600 - even £385 - is a massive punt for a private sale like that, since if they block the phone then your only legal recourse is to take them to court - the police will do nothing.


I'm not silly, I do my due diligence before any deals. I used to run a chain laptop of laptop repair stores and regularly bought and sold laptops and mobile phones. The 256GB I bought was from a mobile phone shop who was advertising on Facebook. The other was from a private seller. The private seller sent me pictures of their Apple Store receipt which showed the IMEI number and this matched the phone and the box. I also checked the IMEI and phone serial number for both handsets via Apple themselves who confirmed all was clear. A big advantage I noticed with buying via Facebook is you can view the sellers FB profile, see all their posts, details on where they work, pictures and friends (assuming the have any.. in my case both sellers had long standing fruitful profiles with lots of personal info.. and yes, they did match their profile pics!).


Amazed the person was daft enough to go through the hassle of selling that way then - they could have taken it into a Carphone Warehouse store and traded it in with no accessories and only got a fiver less! I guess some people aren't that savvy.
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