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iPhone lighting cables (3 pack) £5.99 Prime / £9.98 Non Prime Sold by Ankoda and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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iPhone lighting cables pack of 3 from Amazon
son_knee Avatar16h, 58m agoFound 16 hours, 58 minutes ago2 Comments
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whats quality like
Not MFI certified. Cold.
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iPhone waterproof shockproof case Amazon add on item with promotion stack £0.00 Sold by Merkmak and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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I purchased a blue and white for i6 plus and an i6 rose red and white, along with pre order PS4 COD ww2. I applied both promotions available and the cases ended up being free! Obviously an error as i… Read More
I purchased a blue and white for i6 plus and an i6 rose red and white, along with pre order PS4 COD ww2. I applied both promotions available and the cases ended up being free! Obviously an error as i…
texaspetey Avatar18h, 22m agoFound 18 hours, 22 minutes ago11 Comments
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dispatched this morning :D
Worked for me too.
Jiwani80
How do I apply vouchers please. I am getting only £2.50 off

Click the redeem button under both promotions. I can't test now as already redeemed on my account, so there's a chance they've fixed the glitch. Need to be quick to get these type of deals :P
How do I apply vouchers please. I am getting only £2.50 off
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iPhone SE 32GB for £289, iPhone 7 32GB £499.00 and iPhone 7 Plus 32GB £619 on buy now pay later at VERY

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£499.00 @ Very
iPhone 7 32GB £499 at Very 1. Buy any iPhone SE or iPhone 7/IPhone 7 Plus and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. 2. We'll automatically credit £50 (iPhone SE) or £100 (iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus) ba… Read More
iPhone 7 32GB £499 at Very 1. Buy any iPhone SE or iPhone 7/IPhone 7 Plus and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. 2. We'll automatically credit £50 (iPhone SE) or £100 (iPhone 7/iPhone 7 Plus) ba…
jobi59uk Avatar1d, 12h agoFound 1 day, 12 hours ago12 Comments
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Thanks, bought.
Hi please can you tell me if the £100 comes of the amount of the phone or do you have to use it at on another purchase?
Hi please can you tell me if the £100 comes of the amount of the phone or do you have to use it at on another purchase?
HillAc
Thanks Brandon for the details.
I just wanted to check that the £100 credit does effectively reduce the how much you owe from say £699 to £599 come August, and it's not a case of having £100 to spend on your next purchase at Very? (If that makes sense?)
Yes.
HillAc
Another post stated a guide how to get this £100 credit, just to confirm: If I buy a 128GB iPhone 7 for £699 and don't pay anything for the first few months I'll get a £100 credit and then can immediately pay off the remaining £599?
Thanks in advance!
Yes! Done these deals a few times.
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Iphone 7 plus 32gb o2 6gb data Unltd Txt+Min £29p/m 24mth £150 up front - £26 TCB £819.25 @ e2save

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32gb is small so people who use lots of space, please do not buy this phone. This is a market leading price so be quick to avoid disappointment. Read More
32gb is small so people who use lots of space, please do not buy this phone. This is a market leading price so be quick to avoid disappointment.
myotherusernameisclean Avatar1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours agoAdd Comment
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Sim Free LG G4 Mobile Phone - Grey £249.95 @ Argos

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Are the latest models more reliable? Do they still have the bootloop issues? See the Great, Feel the Great - The LG G4 is the greatest evolution of the G Series family and is the embodiment of a grea… Read More
Are the latest models more reliable? Do they still have the bootloop issues? See the Great, Feel the Great - The LG G4 is the greatest evolution of the G Series family and is the embodiment of a grea…
robertfrancis1975 Avatar1d, 16h agoFound 1 day, 16 hours ago23 Comments
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You would have to be literally nuts to buy this phone at this price. It's two generations old for starters and that is before we go into the reliability issues. I bought my G4 from ebuyer 15 months ago for £269 so it's well overpriced at £249. Mine has been back to LG three times all for camera related issues. It's a great phone when it works but this model is hopelessly unreliable. For the price point of £270 I would look out for the next big Motorola offer (not that they are hyper reliable either).
had mine since release never had the boot loop issue, however did manage to wipe out half the screen whilst using it in a waterproof case whilst canoeing for a week. got it replaced been fine ever since. I struggle to find a phone with comparable camera, storage expansion slot and replaceable battery.
got mine from German Amazon and got a two year warranty. needed it to because of the bootloop issue. LG FIXED it straight away to be fair
borosidf
you guys still don't know lg phones have 2 years warranty?


got mine from German Amazon and got a two year warranty. needed it to because of the bootloop issue. LG FIXED it straight away to be fair
where can you get the G5 cheaper? does the G5 have the same problems?
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iphone 7 product red 128gb 30gb data £39 p/m 24 months Total £906.00 @ Affordable mobiles and £30 cashback quidco no upfront cost available in all colours

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I don't think its a massive deal but £39 and unlimited minutes unlimited text and 30 gig of data don't think it's that bad £906 in total over 2 years. £699 just for the phone so contact is just £8.62 Read More
I don't think its a massive deal but £39 and unlimited minutes unlimited text and 30 gig of data don't think it's that bad £906 in total over 2 years. £699 just for the phone so contact is just £8.62
no1england1 Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago28 Comments
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Thanks
Still not tempting me to switch from Android.
doncoop
Magorath
This is a good deal unless you need to use tethering. That's the only downside.


the three 30gb tariffs normally let you use the 30gb as tether as well. only the unlimited data plans have a cap on tethering.

not sure if that's the case on this affordable mobiles deal


It's a Three Essentials plan, before the 15th it also didn't allow EU roaming, and doesn't include feel at home.
Rang affordablemobiles today and they advised the site was not working correctly last night and did my order over the
phone, actually did a better deal. No upfront cost. Result.
Jiwani80
no1england1
Magorath
This is a good deal unless you need to use tethering. That's the only downside.


Use a vpn and you can tether


How does that work please?


Download Betternet and make sure you have your vpn on and the hotspot it just shows that you're using the Internet doesn't show that your hotspot.
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iPhone SE 32GB £289.00 @ GiffGaff

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£289.00 @ giffgaff
Chipset: Apple A9 chip with 64-bit architecture, M9 motion coprocessor CPU: Dual-core 1.8 GHz GPU: PowerVR GT7600 RAM: 2 GB Operating System: iOS 9 SIM: Nano Sensors: Touch iD fingerprint sensor, Thre… Read More
Chipset: Apple A9 chip with 64-bit architecture, M9 motion coprocessor CPU: Dual-core 1.8 GHz GPU: PowerVR GT7600 RAM: 2 GB Operating System: iOS 9 SIM: Nano Sensors: Touch iD fingerprint sensor, Thre…
7iain7 Avatar1d, 18h agoFound 1 day, 18 hours ago51 Comments
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Went for this. Fancied returning to iOS for "lots of little reasons" and I'd been mulling over a return to phones I can use one handed without grip shuffling too.
It's basically a 6S in a small package (without 3D touch) as such I wouldn't pay full price but this is a good deal.

May regret only getting 32gb though! Will see.

Edited By: Cloudane on Jun 24, 2017 12:00
BrianM
That's if you wish to buy with monthly payments - for which you get charged interest. Looking at one example it was either £259 single payment or ~£303 over 24 months. Unlike contract phones none of the monthly payment is for calls etc.

https://images.hotukdeals.com/comments/content/ab9Gc/31280707.jpg
No I paid for the phone in one go. But in the purchase confirmation email it included this (see photo). I guess the secret is to (1) not activate the goody bag and (2) cancel the card details upon receipt of the phone.
Hal
Thank you BrianM. I was worried by the reference to recurring payment.
That's if you wish to buy with monthly payments - for which you get charged interest. Looking at one example it was either £259 single payment or ~£303 over 24 months. Unlike contract phones none of the monthly payment is for calls etc.
Thank you BrianM. I was worried by the reference to recurring payment.
Hal
If you don't want to use Giff Gaff is it just a case of not activating the SIM card or do we have to actually cancel the account upon receipt does anyone know?

I do! GiffGaff is PAYG but where you can convert credit into "Goodybags" - or not!

If you have to buy £10 credit it will sit on the SIM until used. It need not be used in the iPhone even! You can setup a GiffGaff account to make topping-up easier but it is totally optional. Nothing needs cancelled!

Their iPhones are not locked and will activate with any SIM

Edited By: BrianM on Jun 23, 2017 23:48: Clarity
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Gretel Smartphone A6 4G 5.5" Android phone 2gb Ram 16gb Rom + metal body £59.07 @ Aliexpress £58.70

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I bought my 10 year old the Gretel A7 as his first phone (mostly because it was cheap as chips and bright orange which is his favourite colour. It was priced at just over £30 on pre-sale at the time a… Read More
I bought my 10 year old the Gretel A7 as his first phone (mostly because it was cheap as chips and bright orange which is his favourite colour. It was priced at just over £30 on pre-sale at the time a…
presterjohn71 Avatar2d, 7m agoFound 2 days, 7 minutes ago11 Comments
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Woopie doo. It's dropped 30p in price!
or for £11 more go for the OUKITEL U20 with Full HD screen
johnnystorm
Ross81
Waiting for the Hansel B6 :D


Handset and Gretel?


Thanks for explaining it.
Ross81
Waiting for the Hansel B6 :D


Handset and Gretel?
presterjohn71
maxmax
For £20 extra you can get Gretel GT6000 4G Phablet -
Dual Rear Cameras Fingerprint Scanner 6000mAh Battery
from GearBest
For an extra £20 I would have gone for another phone too, probably a Redmi 4A but for only £20 quid more than that I could have the 4X and for a few quid more than that the 4X Note. If you keep on adding to your budget you could end up with a Samsung 8 edge. At this price point I don't think it can be matched though. The A6 has a fingerprint scanner too by the way.
I know what you are saying lol For extra ££ or ££ you can get this or that etc;)
I was just pointing out the other one as has better battery, dual back cameras/front scanner and looks ok as i have been looking at it myself

Edited By: maxmax on Jun 22, 2017 17:42
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apple iPhone SE contract deal - £17.99pm x 24 (£9.99 upfront) 1GB data, unlimited calls and texts - £441.75

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£17.99 @ e2save
This is a fantastic deal on EE network bought through e2save. Iphone SE, 64gb with unlimited calls and texts plus 1gb data £17.99 a month I could not find a cheaper deal. I contacted o2 and cheap… Read More
This is a fantastic deal on EE network bought through e2save. Iphone SE, 64gb with unlimited calls and texts plus 1gb data £17.99 a month I could not find a cheaper deal. I contacted o2 and cheap…
jmyatt_1979 Avatar2d, 4h agoFound 2 days, 4 hours ago11 Comments
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You don't need a code. The deal is on e2save. Cheers
dealorama
I went with the 128GB one from Mobiles.co.uk same package but £35 upfront (with code)

Can you give me the code pls? :)
jmyatt_1979
They lock with the first SIM card that is placed in them
Not if they are JL or very or apple! There is a difference between sim free and unlocked
They lock with the first SIM card that is placed in them
£289 at Very, unlocked.
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BRAND NEW Apple Iphone 7 - 32GB - £636.41 TOTAL 24 Month Contract - EE - 2GB Data, Unlim Mins + Texts £135 upfront @ Mobiles.co.uk

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I thought this was a fairly good offer from mobiles.co.uk anyway however added a couple of extras. Mobiles.co.uk Iphone 7 32GB contract total 24 months x £22.99 per month = £551.76 Upfront payment o… Read More
I thought this was a fairly good offer from mobiles.co.uk anyway however added a couple of extras. Mobiles.co.uk Iphone 7 32GB contract total 24 months x £22.99 per month = £551.76 Upfront payment o…
0cco Avatar2d, 15h agoFound 2 days, 15 hours ago17 Comments
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mcm900
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0cco
Can someone explain why Iphone deals get downvoted? I don't ever use the website just thought this was actually the best deal online.
The phone is way too limiting, just cannot compete with latest androids.


Claiming that the iPhone 7 can't compete with the latest androids is utter rubbish.


Certainly more than competes on sales
mcormack
0cco
Can someone explain why Iphone deals get downvoted? I don't ever use the website just thought this was actually the best deal online.
The phone is way too limiting, just cannot compete with latest androids.


Claiming that the iPhone 7 can't compete with the latest androids is utter rubbish.
mcormack
0cco
mcormack
0cco
Can someone explain why Iphone deals get downvoted? I don't ever use the website just thought this was actually the best deal online.
The phone is way too limiting, just cannot compete with latest androids.
Ahh okay thanks but that shouldn't affect people who are looking for the best deal on a specific phone
This is not the "best deal" JL have them in red for a hundred cheaper.


You're not helping here mcormack. At all.
I am an android user for donkey years and always hated apple pricing...
Yet.... this is a cracking deal.... don't understand voting here....
heat added... well done
My theory is anything posted by a MOD / editor / CHANCHI gets hot, no matter what the deal.
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iphone 7 product red 128gb 30gb data £39.00 p/m 24 months Total £906 @ Affordable mobiles and £30 cashback quidco

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£39.00 @ Affordable Mobiles
I don't know if is a massive deal but £39 and unlimited minutes unlimited text and 30 gig of data don't think it's that bad £906 in total over 2 years. £699 just for the phone so contact is just £8.6… Read More
I don't know if is a massive deal but £39 and unlimited minutes unlimited text and 30 gig of data don't think it's that bad £906 in total over 2 years. £699 just for the phone so contact is just £8.6…
no1england1 Avatar2d, 15h agoFound 2 days, 15 hours ago4 Comments
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and £40 back on quidco
I have looked ever where and this is the best deal I can find :D
Why is this cold? Can someone explain or provide a link to a better deal?
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£70 off ALL (PRODUCT) RED Apple iPhone 7 / iPhone 7 Plus Unlocked + 2 Year JL Guarantee (e.g. iPhone 7 128GB £629.00) @ John Lewis

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The latest iPhone on the market, with a hefty discount? I never thought I would see the day :D From tomorrow, John Lewis will be discounting ALL of the iPhone (PRODUCT) RED editions, including the Read More
The latest iPhone on the market, with a hefty discount? I never thought I would see the day :D From tomorrow, John Lewis will be discounting ALL of the iPhone (PRODUCT) RED editions, including the
msmyth Avatar2d, 18h agoFound 2 days, 18 hours ago101 Comments
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eatmorefish
Just in case you think you are saving humanity by purchasing this product...
http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/03/24/apple-refuses-to-say-how-much-money-from-charity-red-iphone-will-go-to-fight-aids/
A company as rich as Apple could say what percentage of each purchase goes to charity. It could.
It could lead the way for other smaller companies benefiting from their semi-charitable purchases and be clear and open about how much of the actual customer's money goes to where it is so heavily implied.
Just my 2 cents.



Another way of looking at it is how many other manufacturers are voluntarily donating proceeds from a handset to charity? It costs the same price as the other models, so it's not as if they're charging extra for it. Does it really matter how much they're giving away in the grand scheme of things. I'm sure the charity is very grateful for the support.
I've just brought this mobile in John Lewis :)
There is a few in store in Milton Keynes !!

Great price
Just in case you think you are saving humanity by purchasing this product...
http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/03/24/apple-refuses-to-say-how-much-money-from-charity-red-iphone-will-go-to-fight-aids/
A company as rich as Apple could say what percentage of each purchase goes to charity. It could.
It could lead the way for other smaller companies benefiting from their semi-charitable purchases and be clear and open about how much of the actual customer's money goes to where it is so heavily implied.
Just my 2 cents.
Expired.
cuslund
Seriously why are you all getting excited by ameasly £70 off. It's still £629, and will be the 'old' in a few months and design wise, gets destroyed by the s8 with its chunky bezel.

I feel sorry for all you brainwashed apple people. Your NOT cool


nor is bad spelling
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Maze Alpha - Brand New Bezel-less Android Phone £143.21 @ Gearbest

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If you're interested in these great-looking bezel-less phones, you may have heard of the Xiaomi Mi Mix, which costs around £500. The Maze Alpha is brand new, with Android 7 and excellent specs. It lo… Read More
If you're interested in these great-looking bezel-less phones, you may have heard of the Xiaomi Mi Mix, which costs around £500. The Maze Alpha is brand new, with Android 7 and excellent specs. It lo…
danielrosenthal Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago26 Comments
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Infiltrator
I'm on my fourth Chinese phone and watch developments closely, good specs can be ruined by poor design, shoddy construction and rubbish software. There are only 2 or 3 who have almost got it right, and even they have the odd issue than needs sorting.


Infiltrator

I was literally so close to buying this phone and then I've read your comment, is there something better in this kind of price range you would recommend? I'm looking at Xiaomi redmi note 4 also
Cheers
danielrosenthal
Infiltrator
Buying a new model from a new manufacturer from gearbest - only for the brave..
If demand is high expect a runaround from gearbest on stock and despatch estimates.
Personally I'd wait till some decent reviews are available - for the price with the reported specs it sounds a bit too good to be true.
With Chinese budget phones, I don't think it's ever "too good to be true". I have a Chinese phone with very good specs, it cost £115. It's also been updated to Nougat. Can't grumble...

I'm on my fourth Chinese phone and watch developments closely, good specs can be ruined by poor design, shoddy construction and rubbish software. There are only 2 or 3 who have almost got it right, and even they have the odd issue than needs sorting.
Infiltrator
Buying a new model from a new manufacturer from gearbest - only for the brave..
If demand is high expect a runaround from gearbest on stock and despatch estimates.
Personally I'd wait till some decent reviews are available - for the price with the reported specs it sounds a bit too good to be true.


With Chinese budget phones, I don't think it's ever "too good to be true". I have a Chinese phone with very good specs, it cost £115. It's also been updated to Nougat. Can't grumble...

Edited By: danielrosenthal on Jun 21, 2017 21:51: .
I've done a bit of homework on this one and the company isn't that new (formed 2012) and have had 2 other models on release with much lower specs than this, but marketed as budget phones. The previous one called Maze Blade had 3GB of RAM with a 32GB ROM. Saw it for £95 on Gearbest. It only has a 1.3Ghz MTK Processor though. There are 3 other resellers of this as well as GB, but all seem to be shipping from HK, probably the same factory and all in the £125 range. In August they plan to release a 6GB RAM, 128GB ROM version of this which I'd be much more inclined to buy as long as this one doesn't flop in the meantime. Haven't read anything about it receiving security updates though even if it never progresses beyond v7.0 and that would be a deal breaker for me. They've got a pretty nice looking website of their own that reassures me they're not some fly by night company but still, no updates = no sale for me.
Buying a new model from a new manufacturer from gearbest - only for the brave..
If demand is high expect a runaround from gearbest on stock and despatch estimates.
Personally I'd wait till some decent reviews are available - for the price with the reported specs it sounds a bit too good to be true.
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Huawei P9 (NOT lite version) Grey 32GB Dual Leica lens camera phone (2 x 12MP) £297.99 on O2 Refresh

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Looks like the best price you can get for this at present though has been cheaper about 5mths ago - so worth checking if you don't have a TARDIS and want a phone now. As with all O2 Refresh deals, pa… Read More
Looks like the best price you can get for this at present though has been cheaper about 5mths ago - so worth checking if you don't have a TARDIS and want a phone now. As with all O2 Refresh deals, pa…
jazzuk777 Avatar3d, 19h agoFound 3 days, 19 hours ago5 Comments
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urz182
I'm an o2 pay and go customer, do you need to be on contract to get this deal?

No, even a non-O2 customer can avail of this deal.

Has been cheaper though (almost £70 lower), so this is not the best deal for this phone they've ever done: Huawei P9 £229.99 at o2
I'm an o2 pay and go customer, do you need to be on contract to get this deal?
Sort by featured and it's third from bottom.
beatlesun
It looks like you can get this for £277.99 by selecting the 6GB data option (£109.99 + £7 x 24).
Can't see how you got that?
It looks like you can get this for £277.99 by selecting the 6GB data option (£109.99 + £7 x 24).
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Sim Free Bush Spira D3 5 Inch Mobile Phone - Black £99.99 @ Argos

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I'm expecting the wrath of the uber geeks, still...semi decent specs, dual dim. Granted the ' Bush' branding, which is for the UK market only, may see it colder than a Theresa May tour of the peripher… Read More
I'm expecting the wrath of the uber geeks, still...semi decent specs, dual dim. Granted the ' Bush' branding, which is for the UK market only, may see it colder than a Theresa May tour of the peripher…
ged88 Avatar5d, 15h agoFound 5 days, 15 hours ago31 Comments
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Fo3
I wouldn't wipe my a** with that phone.
Toilet paper is better
How clever of you.......I wouldn't attempt to make a call using a roll of Andrex either!
thelatics
?my phone is a Vernee Mars?


Only you know the answer to that question.
Are you sure you can't use 2 SIMs and a memory card? There are 3 seprate slots. Also, what types (sizes) of memory cards will it support (the instructions don't say)
sam_of_london
ElgyVeeten
Xiaomi Note 4x or even the regular 4x are way better phones
Most Xiaomi phones miss B20 4G band and international warranty.

Only if you don't buy the global versions.... Those Xiaomi phones have the 4G B20 band enabled.
jaydeeuk1
machomansavage
Every time I've taken a phone back to Argos I've had a massive fight on my hands. Not gonna tell anyone what I done but Argos did poo their pants and I did have a replacement on a few devices now

Did you infect them with dysentery?


Lol.... Better! Trading standards for breaching their terms.
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Apple iPhone SE 32GB - Sim Free @ John Lewis - £339.00

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Apple sell it for £379 so grab yourself a deal! 2 year guarantee included £50 Discount Code Add 1x Apple iPhone and 1x Apple Watch to your basket and enter promotional code APPLE50OFF at the checkou… Read More
Apple sell it for £379 so grab yourself a deal! 2 year guarantee included £50 Discount Code Add 1x Apple iPhone and 1x Apple Watch to your basket and enter promotional code APPLE50OFF at the checkou…
Captainbeavus Avatar6d, 20h agoFound 6 days, 20 hours ago14 Comments
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TALON1973
its £339 on very ... and you can do buy now / 12 months.
But a 1.2 mp front camera is a no no
1.2 mp is fine if you're not narcissistic !
feel the hate... it's an iPhone!
Let the hate flow within you - yes, yes, good. Soon you will be my ally in the dark side, and we shall rule the galaxy together... ahem oO
mcormack
Actually £36.72

Nope.

£689 / 5.8 = £118.79
Apple will price match to this figure if you call them if that works better for anyone, but def been this price for over a month now
mcormack
TALON1973
its £339 on very ... and you can do buy now / 12 months.

But a 1.2 mp front camera is a no no
It's £319 on Very till 9am tomorrow
offer excludes Apple products.
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**** £620.00

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matthewbmcr Avatar1w, 1h agoFound 1 week, 1 hour ago11 Comments
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Anon32
Few drinks at the bbq


what?
Few drinks at the bbq
matthewbmcr
why so cold

Probably because the 'deal' has been posted more times than the UK's entire print run of 1st class stamps.
the part of "uk" gets abused abit in here :{
Rather buy from the UK though incase needed to return for any reason. It's £689 everywhere else in the UK so I thought a saving of around £70 is quite good.
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Double Storage!! iPhone SE 64GB £9.99 + £17.99p/m - 1GB data (£441.75) @ e2save

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Seen an iPhone SE 64GB deal with 1GB data, unlimted text, unlimited calls for £17.99 a month + £9.99 to pay now. Looks like you get double storage space 64GB instead of 32GB.. I've seen some good offe… Read More
Seen an iPhone SE 64GB deal with 1GB data, unlimted text, unlimited calls for £17.99 a month + £9.99 to pay now. Looks like you get double storage space 64GB instead of 32GB.. I've seen some good offe…
MarcusJohn179 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago1 Comment
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I can only guess this is getting voted cold because of the low data allowance, but for parents and those with low data use, it's an absolute steal!

Also, seems to be eligible for £35 quidco too.
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iphone 7 plus 32gb refurbished £29 a month £60 upfront 6gb data unlimited mins and texts Total £756.00 @ Mobiles.co.uk

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Yes it's an iPhone but seems a good deal for the plus version and pretty sure you could find a code to reduce upfront cost
gvb67 Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago3 Comments
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zzak
Ordered the 128gb for just £15 more upfront cost :D


just rang up then to change to the 128gb model but they was out of stock...lucky find for you
Ordered the 128gb for just £15 more upfront cost :)
vc15off brings upfront to £45
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iPhone 7 Plus 32gb - £195 upfront & £27 per month - O2 - Unl mins/texts & 3gb data @ Uswitch £843.00

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iPhone 7 Plus 32gb available in all colours £195 upfront cost - actually £210 but use code 'VC15OFF' to get this price £27 per month for 24 months on O2 Unlimited mins Unlimited texts 3gb dat… Read More
iPhone 7 Plus 32gb available in all colours £195 upfront cost - actually £210 but use code 'VC15OFF' to get this price £27 per month for 24 months on O2 Unlimited mins Unlimited texts 3gb dat…
zzak Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago2 Comments
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Not sure why so cold, seems a good deal for an iPhone 7 plus. Just wish there was a little more data!

Edited By: Jaws_78 on Jun 15, 2017 10:39
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Mophie Juice Pack Plus and Mophie Space Pack 16GB £12.99 tkmaxx

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TK Maxx online are selling both cases for £12.99. White and gold in the Space 16gb Mophie and Red in the Juice Pack plus. For IPhone 5/5S/SE. Worth checking your local store too as I picked up a bla…
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Hey, can anyone let me know what stores have stock in that they have seen? Also what packaging does yours come in?
Another plus is that the charging connector is micro usb, so even with the battery pack turned off the passthrough works so that you can charge your iPhone via any micro usb cable.
Plenty of black cases available in the stores I have seen.

Would prefer a bit more of a lip around the screen to protect it if it dropped screen down to the floor.
Useless. Makes the phone huge and uncomfortable. Prefer to have an external battery in my bag. Anyway I use it one time a week, so no point to carry it all day.
I seen this in both TK Maxx's in aberdeen, £9.99 for the 5/5S/SE juice pack which I thought was a bargain. actually
thought it was a mis-price.
They did have white and also the black juice pack plus in the Romford, Ilford and Stratford stores... like I said it's worth checking your local stores...

What I would say with battery cases like the mophie is only switch them on when the phone is at like 7-8% until fully charged. As if you keep switching on and off it confuses the battery memory and charging cycles.
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Refurb Apple iPhone 6 64GB 250MB data, 250 mins, unlimited texts £17 p/m 24 months Total £453.00 @ Mobiles.co.uk

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£60 upfront but you get £15 off when you use the code "VC15OFF" £17 per month The data allowance is rubbish I must admit, but I'm not sure if I've seen a better overall deal on an iPhone
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puddles9999
Why have you put the latest and greatest iPhone 7 plus instead of a outdated old refurbished iPhone 6
It is an outdated refurbished iPhone 6 in the link - just checked it. Or did you mean something else?


The picture in the thread
DaChinski
For a 6, better buying an unlocked refurb and one of the many better cheaper 30-day sim only deals out there
You're probably right. What's the cheapest you can get an unlocked 64gb 6 for though? (This is £458 over 2 years)
For a 6, better buying an unlocked refurb and one of the many better cheaper 30-day sim only deals out there
puddles9999
Why have you put the latest and greatest iPhone 7 plus instead of a outdated old refurbished iPhone 6
It is an outdated refurbished iPhone 6 in the link - just checked it. Or did you mean something else?
Why have you put the latest and greatest iPhone 7 plus instead of a outdated old refurbished iPhone 6
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iPhone 6S Plus Refurbished 16gb or 64gb for £259.00 giffgaff

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Iphone 6S Plus Refurbished 16gb or 64gb for £259 plus your choice of goody bag. SAME PRICE FOR 16gb or 64gb. Lowest goody bag being £10 so in total you will pay £269. YOU CAN CANCEL THE GOODY BAG ANYT…
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jayd95
Got mine, looks brand new.

Only 1 month apple warranty left but I imagine for the refurbishment they have done what apple does and replace everything except the logic board as I checked the cycle count on the battery and its only at 13 which to me says its a new battery been installed.
The screen looks new along with the outer case and Touch ID sensors as there are no marks on them at all


How do you check for the battery cycle?


There's an app you can download on mac called coconutbattery, when you plug the iPhone in it displays all the battery details and charge cycles ,, for reference my gf iPhone 6s she's has since October last year has 170 cycles on it so that's how I know it's a brand new battery
Anyone got 125gb?
jayd95
Got mine, looks brand new.

Only 1 month apple warranty left but I imagine for the refurbishment they have done what apple does and replace everything except the logic board as I checked the cycle count on the battery and its only at 13 which to me says its a new battery been installed.
The screen looks new along with the outer case and Touch ID sensors as there are no marks on them at all


How do you check for the battery cycle?
andyc77
has anybody had a 64gb dispatched. mine is stuck on processing so guessing it will be cancelled:-(


Got it the next day, literally like new
ibbster911
Spigens are by far the best cases

Yup agreed. I settled for the Ultra Hybrid :)
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iPhone 7 128GB - EE 500MB 500min Ult texts - £20 upfront - £30.49/mo £751.76 @ BuyMobilePhones.net via Uswitch

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It's like getting a phone without a SIM. Th9e phone costs 699£ outright, so £751 is not to bad if you split it in 24 months. I thought everyone would get it, but ok.

..but they don't cost £699 do they OP - You ask for feedback then ignore it when it's given - iPhone 7 32GB is £499 on Very for another 24 hours! I thought you would 'get it' but ok (128GB is £599) :{
The deal is good, but the data is woeful. That won't help the thread.
It's like getting a phone without a SIM. The phone costs 699£ outright, so £751 is not to bad if you split it in 24 months. I thought everyone would get it, but ok.
I just don't get why anyone would want an iPhone and just 500mb. It's weird.
On second thoughts and my own opinion on the 7's - I would buy outright from Very, right now they're £100 off and then I'd get a decent sim only plan to go with it... :{
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Iphone 7 256GB for price of 128GB with double data + £50 Currys Voucher & Free speaker worth £99 - £79.99 upfront - £44 p/m for 12 months £607.99 @ Carphone warehouse £1,089.99

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Cold from me as could not find any 12m contract in price like in the title


Did you not read the info for the post ? He clearly states 24 months
Cold totally misleading
Cold from me as could not find any 12m contract in price like in the title
No idea how that got in there...!?!?! I'm a big fan of 12 mth contracts too!! I'm still on a 5S so battery life's sitting at about 5 hrs, hence the impatience for an upgrade. Was going to wait for the 8 or X or whatever it's going to be called, but bet your ass it's not going to be on this site for a long while!!
I got quite excited when I saw 12 months in the title. Am I missing something - it's been a long day?
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is it reliable ? or could be a scam ?!
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Apple iPhone SE 16GB Gold - Unlimited Mins & Texts - 1GB data - EE network - £17.99pm (£13.99/month via redemption) @ Mobiles.co.uk £431.76

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it's out of stock so I would say find a new offer cheers
Showing back in stock (gold phone only)
It was definitely in stock (gold phone only) on 12th June '17 at about 9:30am as I bought one and was in stock I think until about lunchtime. However, as this model has now been replaced I think it is unlikely there will be more stock coming. All of the other colours were out of stock.
thank you very much poster but this offer has been expired every time I go there it says out of stock so I don't recommend it to anyone else I am sorry maybe I mistaken but for the price that you have listed as been taken out it is not active anymore out of stock thank you
Expiring as out of stock. I think it's unlikely they'll get more in as it's the old 16GB model.
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Get iPhone 6S for free with £50 off voucher with EE. £32.99 per month, unlimited texts & calls with 8GB - e2save £791.76

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As in the cost of the phone upfront was £50 and with the deal was free.

ome guys don't like to pay upfront for phones so thought was a good deal
I don't get it, how come it's free if it's 50 pounds?
Funny definition of "free" ...
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Expired.
Now down to £99 & shrapnel......
hayd100
What was the original deal price with the code?


Was £111.99 minus 10%
What was the original deal price with the code?
Price has dropped to £103.43
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iPhone 6 32GB on EE £5 upfront cost after use voucher code EPICTEN | 1GB data | Unlimited minutes and texts | £17.99pm for 24mths @ e2save (£436.76 included £5 upfront cost )

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Cheaper than the EE deal. Unlimited Texts, Calls and 1 GB Data. Use voucher code EPICTEN for £10 off from upfront cost.
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1Smerrick
Just so that I am in the know, is the iphone 5 se better than the 6 in this deal? In my simple terms, surely the 6 would trump the 5 se just because it is newer? Wouldn't future operating systems be obsolete on the 5se quicker than the 6?


It's just called the iPhone SE, and it's a newer device than the 6S, it's using the same internals of a 6S, but in an iPhone 5 style chassis / screen.
I have a 6 and have all the latest updates. It's running no different to when i first had it.
Just so that I am in the know, is the iphone 5 se better than the 6 in this deal? In my simple terms, surely the 6 would trump the 5 se just because it is newer? Wouldn't future operating systems be obsolete on the 5se quicker than the 6?
machomansavage
Cloudane
The iPhone 6 is ageing. I've seen them go for £200-250 on eBay and you're then stuck with a 2 year contract. Ice cold for me - if you're that bothered about upfront cost just get a 0% credit card and pay off something better over the term of the 0%.
ive got a se and haven't updated from 9.3.3. two friends of mine have 6 and its running is awful with recent updates
The SE is a fair chunk faster than the 6, I have an 6s (same CPU and RAM as the SE) and it runs absolutely fine and feels a bit faster than iOS9 because they sped up the animations.
This 32GB 6 has only just been released in the UK - I do not think we need to worry about the negative comments on this thread regarding the tech. This is not a 6S, it is not a 7 but neither does it carry their price tag - it is a contract aimed at those who either cannot afford or do not wish to spend more than this amount on an iPhone.
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A Hot-vote from me.
Any British person who manages to spell "lightning" should be awarded a medal.
I don't think that many medals would need to be produced.
True about most spelling these days! Nobody seems to care ... except you - and me!
zizzles
A Hot-vote from me.
Any British person who manages to spell "lightning" should be awarded a medal.
I don't think that many medals would need to be produced.

it's a shame other people have had a bad experience - we've got 4 Adata cables like this (not pink! but green & white) and they've been fine
A Hot-vote from me.
Any British person who manages to spell "lightning" should be awarded a medal.

I don't think that many medals would need to be produced.

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Bought three of these sets, each in a different colour, for my kids for Christmas (as I'm sick of them pinching mine). They are great. However, after two updates they all stopped working and I've had to get refunds
Grey ones are 40p cheaper I can't see anywhere they are mfi certified though
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hot from me. but beware reviews aren't kind on this one:)
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iPhone 7 32GB - O2 - e2save.com - Unlimited Texts/Calls, 6GB Data - £29 x 24 months - £75 upfront £771.00

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As the title suggests...... iPhone 7 32GB in a choice of colours on O2 from e2save.com Unlimited Minutes Unlimited Texts 6GB Data £29 x 24 months with £75 upfront (£65 upfront if you use code: E2TE…
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Why cold? Seems like a great deal if you want an iPhone to me
I'd love to know why people think this deal is Cold other than just...... it's an iPhone.
this deal is definitely hot!
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iPhone 7 Plus 32gb Refurb - £741 Total @ Mobiles.co.uk £29.00

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Pity there is no stock left now I was going to order this
its a good deal
Under £31pm for latest iPhone with 16gb data on a network with no signal issues, heat from me!
Ace! Thanks for posting this :) Been waiting for a good iPhone deal for a while and finally got one I'm happy with!
heat from me . seems a very good deal. I do hate apple though as they tend to be pricey and very restricted in what you can do. however good price. I love my zuk Z2 and will buy again & again before I touch apple :) . good find op

How Apple Changed the Mobile Market with the iPhone

In 2007, having already revolutionized the computer and music player industries, Apple and Steve Jobs introduced the product that would come revolutionize the mobile phone industry. Initially met with contempt by competitors such as Blackberry, the original iPhone had sold 6 million units by the time it was discontinued in 2008.

iPhone: Premium Mobile Device

The original iPhone design combined the functionality of a touch screen iPod, a mobile phone and a non-WAP based mobile phone browser. These are all common place elements in today's market, so it may be hard to imagine how revolutionary the combination of these elements was for the time. Apple followed up with the iPhone 3G a year later, which brought forth high-speed connectivity and an app store that would become the standard format for almost all future app stores. The iPhone 3GS disappointed most users as it included little more than minor upgrades in performance and storage to the already existent features.

The next major upgrade would come in the shape of the iPhone 4, with a flat design, a high pixel screen and an integrated antennae upping the smartphone game stakes ahead of competitors that were slowing catching up with the next generation of mobile phone. By the time the iPhone 4S hit the market, Apple's marketing had done what it needed to make sure the public knew that the 'S' was now a standard marker for 'minor upgrade'. Thus, expectations were limited, as was disappointment in the limited number of changes on offer.

The first offering of the seventh generation saw little innovation beyond a severely slimmed-down design. The plastic-backed 5C arrived a little later as an attempt at a budget version of the iPhone 5. It was an attempt to compete with the low-cost android phones that were now common on the market at that time. Once again, the 'S' version of the seventh generation focused on upgrading the already existing features.

The iPhone 6/6 Plus and 6S/6S Plus dramatically revamped the screen size and resolution and incorporated the new iOS 8. These built on the previous generation but also saw the introduction 3D touch technology, which monitors how strongly you are pressing on the screen. This opens some interesting avenues, particularly for mobile gaming. The latest versions to date are the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus which feature an all-new 12MP camera and is resistant against dust and splash water.

Apple: Accessibility for Everyone

Compact Specifications of the Different iPhones

The First Generation iPhone

iPhone

Year introduced: 2007

Capacity: 4GB, 8GB, 16GB

Colours: Silver/Black

Size: 3.5 inches

Weight: 135g (4.8oz)

Chip: Single Core 412 MHz

Display: 480 X 320 163 ppi

Camera: 2MP

The Second Generation iPhone

iphone-6s

iPhone 3G



Year introduced: 2008

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 3.5 inches

Weight: 133g (4.69oz)

Chip: Single core, 412 MHz

Display: 320 x 480 pixels (~165 ppi pixel density) 

Camera: 2MP

The Third Generation iPhone

iPhone 3GS



Year introduced: 2009

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 3.5 inches

Weight: 135g (4.76oz)

Chip: 600 MHz Cortex-A8

Display: 320 x 480 pixels (~165 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 3MP

The Fourth Generation iPhone

iPhone 4



Year introduced: 2010

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 3.5 inches 

Weight: 137g (4.8oz)

Chip: A4
Display: 640 x 960 pixels (~330 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 5MP

The Fifth Generation iPhone

iPhone 4S



Year introduced: 2011

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB

Colours: Black, White

Size: 4.5 inches

Weight: 140g (4.94oz)

Chip: A5

Display: 640 x 960 pixels (~330 ppi pixel density)
iphone-6s
Camera: 8MP, f/2.4, 35mm, LED flash, autofocus

The Sixth Generation iPhone

iPhone 5


Year introduced: 2012

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB

Colours: White/Silver, Black/Slate

Size: 4 inches (~60.8% screen-to-body ratio)

Weight: 112g (3.95oz)

Chip: A6

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP, f/2.4, 33mm, autofocus, LED flash

The Seventh Generation iPhone

iPhone 5c



Year introduced: 2013

Capacity: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB
Colours: White, Pink, Yellow, Blue, Green

Size: 4 inches

Weight: 132g

Chip: A6

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP

iphone 5s



Year introduced: 2013

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB

Colours: Gold, Gray, Silver

Size: 4 inches

Weight: 112g (3.95oz)

Chip: A7

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP


The Eigth Generation iPhone

iPhone 6



Year introduced: 2014

Capacity: 16GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold 

Size: 4.7 inches (~65.8% screen-to-body ratio)

Weight: 129g (4.55oz)

Chip: A8

Display: 4.7-inch (diagonal), 1334 x 750-pixel resolution at 326 ppi

Camera: 8MP

iPhone 6 Plus

Year introduced: 2014

Capacity: 16GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold

Size: 5.5 inches

Weight: 172g (6.07oz)

Chip: A8

Display: 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 8MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

Timing with the iPhone 6S

The Ninth Generation iPhone

iPhone 6S



Year introduced: 2015

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold 

Size: 4.7 inches

Weight: 143g (5.04oz)

Chip: A9

Display: 750 x 1334 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

iPhone 6S Plus

Year introduced: 2015

Capacity: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB

Colours: Space Gray, Silver, Gold, Rose Gold

Size: 5.5 inches

Weight: 192g (6.7 oz)

Chip: A9

Display: 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

iPhone SE



Year introduced: 2016

Capacity: 16GB, 64GB

Colours: Silver, Gold, Space Gray, Rose Gold

Size: 4 inches

Weight: 113g (3.99oz)

Chip: A9

Display: 640 x 1136 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/2.2, 29mm, phase detection autofocus

The Tenth Generation iPhone

iPhone 7



Year introduced: 2016
Capacity: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB

Colours: Rose Gold, Silver, Gold, Black, Jet Black

Size: 4.7 inches

Weight: 138g (4.87oz)

Chip: A10 Fusion

Display: 750 x 1334 pixels (~326 ppi pixel density)

Camera: 12MP, f/1.8, 28mm, phase detection autofocus

iPhone 7 Plus

Year introduced: 2016
Capacity: 32GB, 128GB, 256GB
Colours: Jet black, black, silver, gold, rose gold
Size: 6.23 x 3.07 x 0.29 inches (158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3mm)
Weight: 6.63 ounces (188g)
Chip: A10
Display: 5.5 inches (140mm) Retina HD, 1920 x 1080 pixels
Camera: 12MP

iPhone 7: Next Generation Smartphone

iPhone vs. Android: The Big Question

Is iPhone better than Android and, if so, is the difference big enough to justify the extra cost? We're going to look at a few key categories to help breakdown difference between the two.

The Apps

At this stage, there really aren't many types of apps on iPhone that can't be found in a similar form on an Android device. In addition, as Google offers more freedom and less restriction when it comes to app development for its platform, there is more to be had when it comes to Android. Yet it can be argued that this creates its own issue for Android. A great deal of Android apps are niche and appeal to only the most hard-core residents of Geek-land. In contrast, iPhone apps are designed to be easily understood by everyone and straightforward to use. Plus, developers of top apps still tend to publish their apps on iOS first.

The Performance

Viewed through a purely functional lens, there is not much difference between the performance and speed of the top Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge in comparison to the iPhone 7/7Plus. That said, you are still likely to experience regular jerks and hiccups in Android device performance. It may not sound like much, but when you are using an iPhone, you do notice the silky smooth fluidity. But this is, as often in life, a matter of personal taste.

Updates to the Operting System

A regular complaint for Android, but one that still makes a big difference when it comes to choosing. When a new update to iOS comes out, you will very likely have access to it on your iPhone immediately. However, with Android, it may be years before you'll see your device updated. If you are not salivating over the thought of minor and major tweaks to your current OS, this may not be too big a factor. However, if something big does come along, you may be left out of the conversation about it in the office canteen.

The Most Common Deal-breaker: iOS

iPhone users commonly quote the operating system of the handset as the main reason why they don't switch to Android. While there are few stand out features available on iOS that don't have something comparable on Android, the difference here is in usability and smooth interface, which has always been a hallmark of Apple design. Again, if you are just looking for something that works, Android will get you there. The difference is one that seems to underwrite most of the differences mentioned above; that is that the iPhone usually manages to get you there more easily, with less confusion and minimal frustration. However, it is not all smooth sailing. Examples of drawbacks for iOS include an overdependence on the use of iTunes for music purposes and the absence of a default on-board file manager.

Fast Charging

Currently, iPhones doesn´t offer a quick charge function which a lot of Android devices feature. This means you can charge your phone for the day in a really short amount of time.

Which iPhone is Right for You?

Which iPhone you should buy will depend on what you are after and what kind of smartphone user you are. The most recent generations of the iPhone are similar in many ways but each version is designed to cater to a particular user group. For instance, the iPhone 5S is perfect for those who want something with the basic iPhone features and look, but at a lower price than the larger models. The iPhone 6 is ideal for those who want something that looks like the real deal but cuts down on thickness and price by stripping away some features. The 6S boasts every top of the line feature the iPhone can deliver, but with a 4.7-inch display rather than a 5.5-inch, those who want a phone for viewing videos and serious browsing may want to look at the iPhone 6 Plus instead. The latter is iPhone's first step into the so called “phablet“ market. The iPhone 7 brings in excellent performance and longest battery life ever in an iPhone. It is furthermore resistant against splash water and dust and features a

Siri - The Voice of Apple

Many people were blown away by Siri, the voice-controlled assistant that was unveiled in 2011. While not every version contains the software, if you are looking at older generations as a possible purchase, bear in mind that the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S all contain Siri.

Pros and Cons of the iPhone

There are pros and cons to buying an iPhone that you should be aware of before considering any version of the device. Here are a few of the most important.

Locked or Unlocked Phone

Due to their significant cost, carriers that offer iPhones as part of a contract usually lock them to their network alone. You can usually get them unlocked by contacting your carrier but you will likely have to fulfil a particular criteria before they will do so. iPhones you have bought directly from Apple will usually be unlocked however it is always worthwhile checking this with the vendor in question before hand.

Problems with Batteries

There have been several high profile issues with batteries throughout the years when it comes to iPhones. You can bring it to a store to get it replaced, but in most cases it will have to be sent to the repair centre. If you are still under warranty, or the AppleCare extended warranty, it is free, but if you are outside the warranty it will cost you. If you are using an older iteration of the iPhone it may be more worthwhile putting your hard-earned cash towards a newer model.

Do iPhones Take SD-cards?

Many have criticized the absence of an SD card slot on almost all of the iPhones. However, while you can't use a card directly, you can purchase an adapter that will allow you to use a microSD card for memory expansion

Security

One of the major selling points for Mac has always been the lack of viruses designed to attack their systems. To date there are no documented cases of viruses for iOS. As time wears on this may change. However, it is certainly the case that iPhones, like other devices, can be hacked remotely. One way to lower your risk is the familiarize yourself with the kinds of hacking software that is circulating at the moment.

Functionality

Bluetooth: Though there has been debate in some forums on this point due to issues with the transfer of certain files, it is undoubtedly the case that iPhones support Bluetooth, though you do have to manually activate it in your settings.

NFC (Near Field Communication): As yet, no iPhone supports NFC functionality. Apple have instead opted for their own version called 'passbook', which relies on geolocation technology rather than the NFC chip.

Choosing a storage capacity: Choosing the right storage option will, naturally, depend on how you use your iPhone. If all you want to do is text, call and stream, 16GB version may be more than enough. However, weightier usage such as storing video, photos and hosting a large amount of apps may mean a large capacity storage is the best way to go. There are a host of device that fall in the middle of the range as well. You'll need to decide where on the spectrum you tend to fall.

Which iPhone Do I have?

Deciding which model to upgrade to means knowing which model you currently have. If you have had it for multiple years, you may have forgotten which one you have. Identifying your iPhone model is pretty straightforward. If you look on the back of your iPhone, you'll set text in the format of "Model AXXXX". Match the model number to the number located on a checker page.

Accessories to Improve the iPhone Even More

There are a massive range of accessories available for the iPhone. Which ones you will need depends on how you want to use it, but you can seriously expand the usefulness of your device by taking advantage of what is out there. For all you fitness freaks out there, the running band is a must-have. A great set of speakers will bring out the most from the music functionality. Waterproof casing is a no-brainer for obvious reasons. These are all old standards, however, there are constantly new and exciting extras being released for the device, so keep an eye out.

Cheap iPhone Deals

You can purchase iPhones from Apple directly at www.apple.com and their new iPhone upgrade program allows you to pay over 24 months, similar to carriers purchasing programs. Other major online retailers such as Mobiles.co.uk, Mobilephonesdirect.co.uk, EE or Amazon often offer cheap iPhones for sale as well. Mobile phone service carriers are still probably the cheapest way to get your hands on an iPhone, though it will come with contract stipulations.

Upgrading effectively can often be a question of timing. If you got your phone from a carrier, they will likely have a set time you need to wait before being entitled to an upgrade, so check with them to find out what this timeline is. There are also times of the year like the Black Friday, Christmas or the January Sales when electronic products are cheaper. Also, it is good to keep abreast of upcoming versions, as you might find your iPhone is obsolete by the time you get round to selling it. For instance, the rumour mill has already begun on the iPhone 8 release later this year, so if you are packing an iPhone 5 or 6, now may be a good time to start thinking about offloading it.

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