Act quick and you can get an iPhone 6s for as little as $120 (unlocked and refurbished)

Act quick and you can get an iPhone 6s for as little as $120 (unlocked and refurbished)
Apple's official iOS 13 rollout is not too far away, and despite the advanced age and relatively modest specifications of the iPhone 6s, the 2015-released 4.7-incher (as well as its 5.5-inch sibling) is guaranteed to receive the next big software update as soon as it will be made available.

This should make the 6s pretty enticing for bargain hunters, especially if you know where to look. Obviously, Apple no longer sells the compact oldie directly, and neither do major third-party retailers like Best Buy (at least as far as unlocked variants are concerned).

But if you don't mind purchasing the device in refurbished condition with a 90-day warranty included, you can pay Woot a visit right now and cough up as little as $119.99. If you have some extra money to spare, though, it's probably a better idea to spend $129.99, $139.99, or even $159.99 on a GSM unlocked model accommodating 32, 64, and 128 gigs of data internally respectively.

Naturally, the entry-level configuration comes with only 16GB storage space, which may have been enough for some people four years ago, but it's definitely a big compromise today when it's not doubled by a microSD card slot for external expansion. In terms of color options, you get plenty of those as far as 16, 32, and 64 gig variants are concerned, but the 128GB model comes exclusively in a gold hue at the heavily discounted aforementioned price.

The deal is good today only, mind you, with a few hours left at the time of this writing, and the AT&T and T-Mobile-compatible iPhone 6s units on sale here are expected to have a "moderate level of wear and tear including (but not limited to) scratches, dents, and dings." Bottom line, these won't look quite as good as brand-new devices, but they should work flawlessly, having been rigorously tested from that standpoint.

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7 Comments

1. sgodsell

Posts: 7417; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

Act quick so you can get a 16 GB, 4 year old well used, or refurbished iPhone 6s for only $120. Why would anyone act quick for something that old, used, and at that price?

2. CDexterWard

Posts: 85; Member since: Feb 05, 2018

I'd want to believe that this might have some life left in it, but Apple just kicked the iPhone 6 to the curb for IOS 13. Maybe the 6s will get more than a year of support since it has 2gb of ram instead of 1, but I'm thinking Apple might be tightening up the support schedule with the falling sales of it's phone portfolio.

3. sgodsell

Posts: 7417; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

The 16 GB iPhone 6s alone for $120 people should stay away from at all cost. Because 16 GB is tiny nowadays, and with each iOS upgrade, there is less and less room. When iOS 9 came out it was a lot smaller. But with iOS 13 soon to arrive, I honestly believe the 16 GB versions will not see iOS 13. If they do receive it, then it will be a serverly crippled version, or basically there will be a lot of stuff missing. Look at the latest iPhones come with a minimum of 64 GB of storage these days. The Android flagships this year come with a minimum of 128 GB of storage. Even the mid range and low end or inexpensive Android smartphones come with 32 GB of storage. So 16 GB of storage is a joke in 2019, especially since it's not expandable storage. Avoid this iPhone 6s like the plague.

4. Rager722 unregistered

Phonearena... Is this a joke?

6. OneLove123

Posts: 1161; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

They have to stay in business, since Apple pays them the most.

5. phoneguynh

Posts: 26; Member since: Oct 31, 2018

Woot is a horrible place to get a deal from.

7. mel0524

Posts: 77; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

is sold OUT!

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