We're obviously talking about an entry-level iPhone 6 configuration with a 4.7-inch display and 16GB storage space, which you can currently purchase at the aforementioned price from Woot in space gray, silver, and gold color options. The same archaic but iOS 12-upgradeable device is available today only in a 64GB variant for 15 extra bucks.
iPhone 6 but want a little more screen real estate, the 5.5-inch 6 Plus can be yours in exchange for $154.99 with a cramped 16 gigs of local digital hoarding room or $169.99 in a significantly more spacious 64GB configuration. Like the "regular-sized" iPhone 6 models on sale right now, the heavily discounted iPhone 6 Plus comes with a 90-day Woot limited warranty in perfect working condition, exhibiting however a "moderate level of wear & tear." Unlike the GSM-only iPhone 6, the 6 Plus is compatible with both GSM carriers and Verizon.If you don't mind the age of the
Meanwhile, the newer and naturally faster Apple A9-powered iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are sold starting at $120 and $185 respectively in GSM unlocked models designed specifically for use on networks like AT&T and T-Mobile. Once again, the entry-level price points are good for 16GB variants, but while the 6s can also be purchased with 64 and 128 gig capacity at $140 and $160 respectively, the iPhone 6s Plus is only available in a second configuration capable of housing 64GB data internally if you're willing to pay $219.99.
All these deals are substantially better than Woot's past promotions, mind you, but as usual, you have just 24 hours to pull the trigger and score a respectable iPhone at an essentially unbeatable price. And the clock has obviously started ticking at midnight (Eastern Time).