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iPhone 6 64GB Space Grey @ Ebay pixel_deals

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Found 5th Dec 2015
Apple iPhone 6 64GB Space Grey. Unlocked.

Grade A seller refurbished.

A brand new one from the Apple store costs 539 bones. So a saving of 179.

Seller has 99.6% Positive Feedback.

Free Delivery.

Also available in other colours.

The 128GB version is also available for only 20 more:
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Shouldn't be this price for a new one.
djh1975

Shouldn't be this price for a new one.



It's not new. It's refurbished as stated in the description.
Not bad
Yes not bad
supsid81

It's not new. It's refurbished as stated in the description.



They are implying the handset is overpriced at Apple.
buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do
Bones?!
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rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



Or not:
feedback.ebay.co.uk/ws/…ler
rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



I've had two iPhones from eBay in last few years all perfect condition
I don't have any use for 179 bones, so this deal is cold for me. Might be a bargain for dog owners.
That's a lot of bones X)
360 bones for seller refurb. Ice cold.
Edited by: "lovedove" 5th Dec 2015
iphones with 1GB of ram are a bad buy.
Now that they use 2gb in ipad air 2/6s, apps will be optimised more for them and the 1gb devices will suffer big time.

cRuNcHiE

iphones with 1GB of ram are a bad buy.Now that they use 2gb in ipad air … iphones with 1GB of ram are a bad buy.Now that they use 2gb in ipad air 2/6s, apps will be optimised more for them and the 1gb devices will suffer big time.



Lol
rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



Had mine two weeks, picked the 128gb version and it's a steal. Stupidity would have been making a pointless comment like yours...
Adopted_Scouser

Had mine two weeks, picked the 128gb version and it's a steal. Stupidity … Had mine two weeks, picked the 128gb version and it's a steal. Stupidity would have been making a pointless comment like yours...



​how much did you get it for?
rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



Why? I bought this exact model brand new for £400. Is completely fine.
Although this is a bit worrying...

What to expect:
Moderate scratches and scuffs on the aluminum back casing and sides.

iPhones scratch ridiculously easily and anything moderate will show up big time...
rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



Why?
benjai

Although this is a bit worrying...What to expect:Moderate scratches and … Although this is a bit worrying...What to expect:Moderate scratches and scuffs on the aluminum back casing and sides. iPhones scratch ridiculously easily and anything moderate will show up big time...



I recieved mine and it was mint, looked almost new.
hu5sain

Lol



That sums up your knowledge of Xcode.
Anyone wondering how the price is so low, this is because they are based overseas but have their stock in the uk and fulfill orders from fulfillment warehouses. As such the overseas business is required to register for UK VAT as they are making supplies in the UK but they don't register. HMRC are aware of this issue but do nothing. The majority of deals in consumer electronics are from such tax evaders. So you buy from them on eBay, not a penny of tax goes to the treasury on the sale and ebay's fees are diverted to Luxemberg so not a penny of UK tax paid on those either. Genuine tax paying UK business just cannot compete against these tax evaders.
cRuNcHiE

iphones with 1GB of ram are a bad buy.Now that they use 2gb in ipad air … iphones with 1GB of ram are a bad buy.Now that they use 2gb in ipad air 2/6s, apps will be optimised more for them and the 1gb devices will suffer big time.



As long as the developer has implemented app thinning it won't be a problem, it's likely Apple will make it mandatory for iOS X.

Also if an app can't run properly on a 1GB device it'll be rejected during review.

wildestpixel

That sums up your knowledge of Xcode.



Lol sums up Xcode perfectly.

John Mason

Why?



Because the warranty is worthless. Your only recourse is PayPal and after 6 months you're on your own.
For £30 extra, you can get grade A+ 16gb apple refurbished (that includes the full outer shell) from amazon, in an apple box and shrink wrapped, along with a 1 year warranty, the ebay seller is a US company.
Edited by: "damian0612" 6th Dec 2015
supsid81

It's not new. It's refurbished as stated in the description.



He's saying it too expensive as it is he knows it's refurbished
djh1975

Shouldn't be this price for a new one.


Feel free to read the thread
rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



why i always buy them off there with no problems
damian0612

For £30 extra, you can get grade A+ apple refurbished (that includes the … For £30 extra, you can get grade A+ apple refurbished (that includes the full outer shell) from amazon, in an apple box and shrink wrapped, along with a 1 year warranty, the ebay seller is a US company.



​wont you get taxed though if its coming from the US
kevinyork

Anyone wondering how the price is so low, this is because they are based … Anyone wondering how the price is so low, this is because they are based overseas but have their stock in the uk and fulfill orders from fulfillment warehouses. As such the overseas business is required to register for UK VAT as they are making supplies in the UK but they don't register. HMRC are aware of this issue but do nothing. The majority of deals in consumer electronics are from such tax evaders. So you buy from them on eBay, not a penny of tax goes to the treasury on the sale and ebay's fees are diverted to Luxemberg so not a penny of UK tax paid on those either. Genuine tax paying UK business just cannot compete against these tax evaders.


Well said and I bet the same people that buy from sellers such as this also complain about tax evading Amazon/Starbucks/Cadbury Kraft etc etc
allanbay7

He's saying it too expensive as it is he knows it's refurbished



ELVIS_THE_PELVIS

Feel free to read the thread



oh the ironing!
djh1975

Shouldn't be this price for a new one.


You're right, it shouldn't be. And it isn't.
kevinyork

Anyone wondering how the price is so low, this is because they are based … Anyone wondering how the price is so low, this is because they are based overseas but have their stock in the uk and fulfill orders from fulfillment warehouses. As such the overseas business is required to register for UK VAT as they are making supplies in the UK but they don't register. HMRC are aware of this issue but do nothing. The majority of deals in consumer electronics are from such tax evaders. So you buy from them on eBay, not a penny of tax goes to the treasury on the sale and ebay's fees are diverted to Luxemberg so not a penny of UK tax paid on those either. Genuine tax paying UK business just cannot compete against these tax evaders.


Where is "Luxemberg"?
What are the connectivity options for this?
I understand that the Toe bone is connected to the foot bone, and as a consequence,
the Foot bone is connected to the heel bone, but then,
what is this Heel bone connected to?
damian0612

For £30 extra, you can get grade A+ apple refurbished (that includes the … For £30 extra, you can get grade A+ apple refurbished (that includes the full outer shell) from amazon, in an apple box and shrink wrapped, along with a 1 year warranty, the ebay seller is a US company.



Do you have a link? Can only find it for a lot more money. Thank you
Be very careful with refurbished iPhones there are a load of scammers out there and after buying 3 iPhones over the years bought one as a present for one of the kids and will not buy from eBay again. Sellers refurbished can mean wiped with a cloth and resold, or even as a seller tried to do to us, classes it as new other which actually was a phone made up of refurbished parts and with an mini iPad serial number. If you aren't bothered about issues updating or having Apple fix them then go for it but for us just too risky. You might as well get one of the o2 refurbished for this price.
Got a feeling he means the 16gb version on amazon is £389. The 64gb (like this deal) is £469.
Houstieboy

Where is "Luxemberg"?



Next to Beljam.
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wildestpixel

That sums up your knowledge of Xcode.



XCode is an IDE, not a programming language, not an SDK, so Xcode is irrelevant.

After wanting an iPhone 6S for ages I just couldn't justify spending so much on a phone. I went for the 6 128gb on this deal instead. They include a 12 month warranted time which to me is a good deal.
rodman

buying iphone on ebay is stupiest thing to do



But presumably not as stupid as this amateur trolling attempt....
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