I am selling my 32GB factory unlocked Apple iPhone 4. I bought an iPhone 4 over Christmas which broke (would no longer turn on) so I went to the Apple Store in Covent Garden for help (on 20 January 2010). They couldn’t fix it either so they replaced the handset with a brand new one. The staff helping me has activated the phone (so it is ready to be used) but it is not yet registered. I was told when you connect to iTunes for the first time it will ask you for registration details which will be lodged against the handset and Apple’s database.
As such the phone I am selling is brand new, and Apple warranty applies to it. Note: I have used this handset to make a few calls but have not downloaded any apps or synced it in anyway.
The phone is in pristine condition. I applied the 3M Vikuiti screen protector and back protector to the iPhone straight after the Apple staff peeled off the original plastic cover. The protectors (worth £15) are non-sticky so if you wish to discard them (or reposition them better than I have done hastily in the shop), you can peel off without any residue.
I have decided to sell because the iPhone is not as flexible as I need. This phone, brand new, sells for £599. I am offering it for £550 (or O.N.O) and will include original box, charger and USB cable, as well as white earphones, manual, original SIM card ejector tool, black bumper case, soft pouch in black with Apple logo, and an additional generic USB cable (in black).
Cash on collection only on weekday near St Paul’s or Holborn, or weekends in Epsom town centre. If you have any questions please send me a message.