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Posted 5th Dec 2019

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“Good” music magpie lottery. Could be good could be bad
The 256Gb version is just £30.00 more @£355.00 I think that is the deal.
Edited by: "informant2014" 5th Dec 2019
fossit05/12/2019 15:40

“Good” music magpie lottery. Could be good could be bad


I read that in Gennaro Gatusso's voice 😁😁
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“Good” music magpie lottery. Could be good could be bad
Not a fan of iphones but seeing as this has still 3 years of support, and will be probably worth £70 in 3 years time, it's a good deal. Can someone confirm how much battery replacement is on these? (official Apple pricing.)
Masteryates05/12/2019 16:09

Can someone confirm how much battery replacement is on these? (official …Can someone confirm how much battery replacement is on these? (official Apple pricing.)


£69 (support.apple.com/en-…wer)
greencode05/12/2019 16:17

£69 (https://support.apple.com/en-gb/iphone/repair/service/battery-power)


So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 years, or to put it another way, will lose £100 per year. For an Apple product, that's actually pretty good.
fossit05/12/2019 15:40

“Good” music magpie lottery. Could be good could be bad


I read that in Gennaro Gatusso's voice 😁😁
Masteryates05/12/2019 16:33

So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 y …So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 years, or to put it another way, will lose £100 per year. For an Apple product, that's actually pretty good.


Jeez. Get over it
The 256Gb version is just £30.00 more @£355.00 I think that is the deal.
Edited by: "informant2014" 5th Dec 2019
Didn't expect this to drop like hotcakes. When I bought it, it hovered around £400-450 for months, then over the past month its gone from £375 to £325...
Has anyone ever order a Good phone and actually received something that looks Pristine?

I've bought new for every iPhone before.
Masteryates05/12/2019 16:33

So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 y …So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 years, or to put it another way, will lose £100 per year. For an Apple product, that's actually pretty good.


It will be worth more than £100, my iPhone 7( over 3 years old) is going for around 150. The iPhone X will be worth more than my iPhone 7 as the RRP for iPhone X was much higher than RRP for iPhone 7.
Bitten the bullet, let’s hope it pays off
letslaughadam05/12/2019 17:39

Has anyone ever order a Good phone and actually received something that …Has anyone ever order a Good phone and actually received something that looks Pristine? I've bought new for every iPhone before.



I’m the same as you. My main concern is that there are three categories of conditions: good, very good and pristine so very much doubt you’d get a pristine one when ordering good.

Good – This product will show moderate signs of wear and tear, the item has been fully tested, restored to factory settings and is in excellent working order.
Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. Problem was I bought it on Vodafone as it was £70 cheaper than unlocked. Thought it was £14.99 to unlock, but then they add vat, then they tell you that your phone is ready to be unlocked and request another £105 to do it......
Towner05/12/2019 20:39

Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. …Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. Problem was I bought it on Vodafone as it was £70 cheaper than unlocked. Thought it was £14.99 to unlock, but then they add vat, then they tell you that your phone is ready to be unlocked and request another £105 to do it......


Who does?
Ordered the 256 version which was £355
pskc88805/12/2019 22:15

Ordered the 256 version which was £355


Let me know what the condition is like when you get it as read a lot of mixed reviews tonight about them so unsure whether to buy one thanks
Ordered a 256gb version for the wife. She has been dealing with a smashed 7 plus for the last year so a ‘good’ condition will most likely look new to her
Deca05/12/2019 23:59

Ordered a 256gb version for the wife. She has been dealing with a smashed …Ordered a 256gb version for the wife. She has been dealing with a smashed 7 plus for the last year so a ‘good’ condition will most likely look new to her


Let us know how it is when you receive it.
Towner05/12/2019 22:38

https://www.officialiphoneunlock.co.uk


This is most definitely not the way to get an iPhone unlocked...
Pretty sure Vodafone do it for free if you ask them on Chat!
Towner05/12/2019 20:39

Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. …Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. Problem was I bought it on Vodafone as it was £70 cheaper than unlocked. Thought it was £14.99 to unlock, but then they add vat, then they tell you that your phone is ready to be unlocked and request another £105 to do it......


I think you need to ring Vodafone and get a free payg sim sent and stick it in for a month and then they’ll unlock it free
Edited by: "jezzery" 6th Dec 2019
jezzery06/12/2019 08:50

I think you need to ring Vodafone and get a free payg sim sent and stick …I think you need to ring Vodafone and get a free payg sim sent and stick it in for a month and then they’ll unlock it free



After the sting I did call Vodafone and that is another way to do it. It was for an Xmas present though so didnt want to risk it not being done in time. Was lucky enough to get the XR from O2 for £350, recent HUKD deal, so sent it back!!
letslaughadam06/12/2019 01:30

This is most definitely not the way to get an iPhone unlocked... Pretty …This is most definitely not the way to get an iPhone unlocked... Pretty sure Vodafone do it for free if you ask them on Chat!


They make you put a free sim in there for 30 days unless you know what the previous number in the phone was. Still 30 days wait is nice way to save some money if it’s not urgent.
In case it's helpful to anyone else on here; I've bought "very good" from Music Magpie and it was OK, but "pristine" condition was truly unmarked. Battery at 85% or so should last a year before it needs replacing. I've also bought "renewed" from Amazon and returned it, and the seller quibbled that it's "as new" if you can't see any scratches from 12 inches, which is in the Amazon small-print. I've previously bought phones from Smartfonestore and was always happy with them and the description of their condition. When selling phones back i've found Music Magpie easier to organise and quicker to pay than CEX, and both beat running a listing on eBay to get roughly the same return after charges.
Towner05/12/2019 20:39

Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. …Purchased a Good condition from Music Magpie and was suitably impressed. Problem was I bought it on Vodafone as it was £70 cheaper than unlocked. Thought it was £14.99 to unlock, but then they add vat, then they tell you that your phone is ready to be unlocked and request another £105 to do it......


With Vodafone you need to put a PAYG sim in it for a month and then they'll unlock it for free. Of course, that does mean waiting a month, plus a few quid for the PAYG sim and minimum prepay.

Edit: oops, sorry, already posted.
Edited by: "Dodge62" 6th Dec 2019
The new iPhone 11 is a bit of a bloater in terms of thickness/heavy too. 8.3mm thin! (11 Pro is 8.1mm). More practical I suppose in terms of battery, but it's noticeable. (Obviously even thicker depending on the case).

Apple should have stuck to closer to 7.6mm, that's about right.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 6th Dec 2019
Partytime code is not working for me ..can someone please check and confirm.
Hi All,

How much better is the iPhone X over the iPhone XR? Is it worth upgrading - I am not very phone savvy!

Thank You!
Damnit I brought this phone two days ago from music magpie with the party time code and it was £365(fierce) so purchasing again. I will let you know the condition of both ‘good’ phones and will send the worse looking one back
Bazzy06/12/2019 14:39

Hi All,How much better is the iPhone X over the iPhone XR? Is it worth …Hi All,How much better is the iPhone X over the iPhone XR? Is it worth upgrading - I am not very phone savvy!Thank You!


The iphone xr is newer than the x
This is a great deal with the coupon, no experience of music magpie for quality on a good refurb but the iPhone X & XS are the best smartphones out there. This is a super Christmas present, don’t waste your money on cheaper junk that will be dead in year.
Bazzy06/12/2019 14:39

Hi All,How much better is the iPhone X over the iPhone XR? Is it worth …Hi All,How much better is the iPhone X over the iPhone XR? Is it worth upgrading - I am not very phone savvy!Thank You!


I’d stick with the XR
idontgetthehype06/12/2019 15:16

The iphone xr is newer than the x


TechnoDonkey06/12/2019 15:36

I’d stick with the XR



Hi!

Thanks for the input! I assumed because the X was more expensive than the XR it had to be much better & there were some who were complaining the the screen resolution was inferior, cameras not as good etc.

Even the XR might be newer, what does the X have that it does not & what does it do better may I ask? I assumed the XR was the "Poor Mans" (That would be me!!) iPhone!

Thanks!
Bazzy06/12/2019 16:16

Hi!Thanks for the input! I assumed because the X was more expensive than …Hi!Thanks for the input! I assumed because the X was more expensive than the XR it had to be much better & there were some who were complaining the the screen resolution was inferior, cameras not as good etc.Even the XR might be newer, what does the X have that it does not & what does it do better may I ask? I assumed the XR was the "Poor Mans" (That would be me!!) iPhone!Thanks!


The XR has a better camera than the X, better battery life and a newer Apple A12 chip than the A11 in the X. The X has an OLED screen that’s higher resolution and has a stainless steel frame. It also has an extra telephoto camera, although it’s pretty poor in low light and the X actually takes arguably inferior ‘Portrait mode’ photos than the XR because it uses the grainier telephoto lens for these photos.

That’s pretty much the extent of it.
TechnoDonkey06/12/2019 16:20

The XR has a better camera than the X, better battery life and a newer …The XR has a better camera than the X, better battery life and a newer Apple A12 chip than the A11 in the X. The X has an OLED screen that’s higher resolution and has a stainless steel frame. It also has an extra telephoto camera, although it’s pretty poor in low light and the X actually takes arguably inferior ‘Portrait mode’ photos than the XR because it uses the grainier telephoto lens for these photos. That’s pretty much the extent of it.



Hi,

Thanks again - I'll stick with the XR then - I am relatively new ti smartphones - only got my first ever one last year & it was an iPhone 6!! It will do till I as I have a mountain to learn about smartphones!
Should drop more on boxing day
Masteryates05/12/2019 16:33

So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 y …So roughly, this phone is going to cost £400 and be worth £100 after 3 years, or to put it another way, will lose £100 per year. For an Apple product, that's actually pretty good.


100 after 3 years? I've just literally sold a iphone 6s for 150. I reckon it'll hold a little more value no?
xzibit06/12/2019 20:02

100 after 3 years? I've just literally sold a iphone 6s for 150. I reckon …100 after 3 years? I've just literally sold a iphone 6s for 150. I reckon it'll hold a little more value no?


The chips in iPhones over the past few years are so good that even devices like the 6S still run great. The X still feels really fast (as does the 8). I think there’s lots of life in these devices yet.
Just received mine, got the 256GB version. Condition is excellent, not a single mark anywhere to be found, battery is on 100% and thats all I've checked so far.

Thank you OP
SyedMusaGilani06/12/2019 00:42

Let us know how it is when you receive it.


Phone turned up just now. Worst bit about it is one of the bottom corners has a scuff which you can feel. The screen has some light scratches which you can only see in a certain light but overall she’s very, very happy with it and I’m rather impressed with its condition for the price.

I must say, looking at it, I will probably do something similar myself next year and buy a used one with a sim only deal instead of having a costly contract.
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