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Apple MN8X2B/A iPhone 7 32gb opened never used grade A - £165 cheapest_electrical eBay
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Posted 6th Oct 2020

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Seller notes: “Item is new and unused with possible box damaged/ box replaced with item seal removed. Item is otherwise complete with all accessories as you would expect from a new item. 12 months warranty supplied. Apple warranty may be activated. 12 month warranty will be provided by seller.”
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spannerzone06/10/2020 11:08

Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just …Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just wants a basic smartphone and currently uses an ipad? - my mum wants a smartphone and Apple makes sense as she's familar with the OS and wants something fairly small.


Yes i would say so, still have another maybe 2 years of IOS updates left on this
I received mine today complete with all accessories and box with the Apple warranty only activated two weeks ago so still have another just over 11 months Apple warranty
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I received mine today complete with all accessories and box with the Apple warranty only activated two weeks ago so still have another just over 11 months Apple warranty
Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just wants a basic smartphone and currently uses an ipad? - my mum wants a smartphone and Apple makes sense as she's familar with the OS and wants something fairly small.
spannerzone06/10/2020 11:08

Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just …Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just wants a basic smartphone and currently uses an ipad? - my mum wants a smartphone and Apple makes sense as she's familar with the OS and wants something fairly small.


Yes i would say so, still have another maybe 2 years of IOS updates left on this
Thanks op daughters Xmas gift sorted
spannerzone06/10/2020 11:08

Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just …Is an iphone 7 still fairly usable and supported for someone that just wants a basic smartphone and currently uses an ipad? - my mum wants a smartphone and Apple makes sense as she's familar with the OS and wants something fairly small.


Be quick only one left
ashmac06/10/2020 11:24

Be quick only one left


D'oh I was too late! that'll teach me to go do some painting in between HUKD
Captain_Le_Chuck06/10/2020 11:09

Yes i would say so, still have another maybe 2 years of IOS updates left …Yes i would say so, still have another maybe 2 years of IOS updates left on this


If you are not a person that uses your phone for games, it is still an excellent and very usable phone.

No issues loading most apps, still runs very smoothly and great for most web browsing. My car stereo is only compatible with with iPhones and not Android and does an excellent job for Sat Nav and Spotify.

Only thing I might disagree on, not sure if it will get new iOS for much longer.
I used to say that the iPhone 7 was the best entry level iPhone: the A10 is a good performer, supported HEVC and HEIC (the latest image and video formats) and was waterproof. Now however I think the iPhone SE should be the entry level iPhone - the A13 adds in ML cores and blazing fast performance, it supports fast charging and Qi wireless charging and will be supported for at least 4 years. An iPhone X, XS or XR is also a good option if the price is right, but watch out for the battery health if buying second hand.

It wouldn't surprise me if the iPhone 7 looses support next year along with the 6s - s models tend to get an extra years support. But with Apple, who can tell?
I advised my mother to buy the SE 2020 purely down to the iOS updates being available for at least 3-4 years.
kiranmk206/10/2020 12:01

I used to say that the iPhone 7 was the best entry level iPhone: the A10 …I used to say that the iPhone 7 was the best entry level iPhone: the A10 is a good performer, supported HEVC and HEIC (the latest image and video formats) and was waterproof. Now however I think the iPhone SE should be the entry level iPhone - the A13 adds in ML cores and blazing fast performance, it supports fast charging and Qi wireless charging and will be supported for at least 4 years. An iPhone X, XS or XR is also a good option if the price is right, but watch out for the battery health if buying second hand.It wouldn't surprise me if the iPhone 7 looses support next year along with the 6s - s models tend to get an extra years support. But with Apple, who can tell?


Yeah but the SE is £400. Personally I’m looking out deals on the iPhone 8, need two for kids xmas pressies.
OutSpoken06/10/2020 13:16

Yeah but the SE is £400. Personally I’m looking out deals on the iPhone 8, …Yeah but the SE is £400. Personally I’m looking out deals on the iPhone 8, need two for kids xmas pressies.


I was thinking that but I’d rather get a 7 open box with full warranty and 100% battery than a bashed up 8 for about £200+
Edited by: "ashmac" 6th Oct
g-diddy06/10/2020 11:55

If you are not a person that uses your phone for games, it is still an …If you are not a person that uses your phone for games, it is still an excellent and very usable phone.No issues loading most apps, still runs very smoothly and great for most web browsing. My car stereo is only compatible with with iPhones and not Android and does an excellent job for Sat Nav and Spotify. Only thing I might disagree on, not sure if it will get new iOS for much longer.


Games are fine on the 7.
OutSpoken06/10/2020 13:16

Yeah but the SE is £400. Personally I’m looking out deals on the iPhone 8, …Yeah but the SE is £400. Personally I’m looking out deals on the iPhone 8, need two for kids xmas pressies.



There was an O2 deal on here yesterday for an SE for ~£300. Yes, it's still more than the 7, but it will last several years more (in addition to the extra features) and you have the latest / fastest speed now rather than a 4 year old phone now and likely another 4 year old phone (XR?) in a couple of years for another £160-200 when the 7 loses support.
Here is another link with 3 available, looks the same not sure what the difference is or why it is a fiver more
ebay.co.uk/itm…0e1
malhal06/10/2020 17:08

Here is another link with 3 available, looks the same not sure what the …Here is another link with 3 available, looks the same not sure what the difference is or why it is a fiver morehttps://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Apple-MN8X2B-A-iPhone-7-4G-4-7-Smartphone-32GB-Unlocked-Sim-Free-Black-/293222637793?hash=item44456e60e1


Oos


ashmac06/10/2020 13:53

I was thinking that but I’d rather get a 7 open box with full warranty and …I was thinking that but I’d rather get a 7 open box with full warranty and 100% battery than a bashed up 8 for about £200+


Well, I’m hoping we’ll see the new iPhone 12 this year before Christmas, then the inevitable drop in prices from people recycling last gens.

I’d like to get the 8 for the wireless charging feature. tbh i always thought the 7 was one of the least exciting iPhone releases, it didn’t really bring anything new at the time other than the scratch prone shiny black version.
Back in stock, 3 left!
spannerzone06/10/2020 11:42

D'oh I was too late! that'll teach me to go do some painting in between …D'oh I was too late! that'll teach me to go do some painting in between HUKD


2 left!
AL1S0N06/10/2020 22:16

2 left!


Thanks - ordered one
Edited by: "spannerzone" 6th Oct
spannerzone06/10/2020 11:42

D'oh I was too late! that'll teach me to go do some painting in between …D'oh I was too late! that'll teach me to go do some painting in between HUKD



ebay.co.uk/itm…279
sam282807/10/2020 09:23

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Apple-iPhone-7-MN912B-A-4G-Smartphone-32GB-Unlocked-Sim-Free-Rose-Gold-A/392435643279


Thanks, I did manage to get one as a couple came back into stock, however your link is a bit cheaper, oh well
Just got mine sealed the in box but box is a bit dirty


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Great buy thanks op
Edited by: "ashmac" 7th Oct
ashmac07/10/2020 15:30

Just got mine sealed the in box but box is a bit dirty [Image] Great buy …Just got mine sealed the in box but box is a bit dirty [Image] Great buy thanks op


I must of got lucky , mine was immaculate
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Mine arrived, sealed box (2 see through stickers on box like pics above) but not shrink wrapped - however I think these are reboxed as the power cord was not tied up as I'd expect. In General settings my phone has Vodafone listed as network provider without a sim inserted..I would assume that to be blank?

Phone is in pristine condition, not a mark, but no plastic peel off screen protector that I thought was standard on new phones, mine was in a plastic bag, which is how my refurbished Pixel 3a came in.

I'm pleased, it looks totally perfect but I do feel these are reboxed phones so could that mean refurbished or surpluse stock (from Vodafone?)
Edit: since trying out an EE sim then removing it, the phone shows EE as the network provider even without sim card... so a Vodafone SIM had been previously in the phone, maybe for testing, so that's a little curious.

Apple warranty until 21st Sept 2021
Edited by: "spannerzone" 8th Oct
Mine has arrived absolutely pristine too, but unfortunately have to return, as an iPhone I bought from eBay before seeing this deal wont let me return
AL1S0N08/10/2020 15:29

Mine has arrived absolutely pristine too, but unfortunately have to …Mine has arrived absolutely pristine too, but unfortunately have to return, as an iPhone I bought from eBay before seeing this deal wont let me return


eBay usually let you return items your not happy with
spannerzone08/10/2020 10:19

Mine arrived, sealed box (2 see through stickers on box like pics above) …Mine arrived, sealed box (2 see through stickers on box like pics above) but not shrink wrapped - however I think these are reboxed as the power cord was not tied up as I'd expect. In General settings my phone has Vodafone listed as network provider without a sim inserted..I would assume that to be blank?Phone is in pristine condition, not a mark, but no plastic peel off screen protector that I thought was standard on new phones, mine was in a plastic bag, which is how my refurbished Pixel 3a came in.I'm pleased, it looks totally perfect but I do feel these are reboxed phones so could that mean refurbished or surpluse stock (from Vodafone?)Edit: since trying out an EE sim then removing it, the phone shows EE as the network provider even without sim card... so a Vodafone SIM had been previously in the phone, maybe for testing, so that's a little curious.Apple warranty until 21st Sept 2021



It’s definitely worth it with nearly a full year apple warranty , all accessories and a phone in pristine condition with a full unused battery , rather then buying a used out of warranty “good condition “i phone 7 for £20- £40 less. As it’s for my sons Xmas present I’m very happy with the purchase and the price
Edited by: "sam2828" 8th Oct
sam282808/10/2020 17:14

It’s definitely worth it with nearly a full year apple warranty , all a …It’s definitely worth it with nearly a full year apple warranty , all accessories and a phone in pristine condition with a full unused battery , rather then buying a used out of warranty i phone 7 for £20- 30 less


Yes I agree, it seems good, everything seems brand new other than the couple of points I mentioned but the phone does indeed look and perform as brand new, nice deal this.
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