Yet another awesome eBay deal brings iPhone SE price all the way down to 75 bucks

Yet another awesome eBay deal brings iPhone SE price all the way down to 75 bucks
Roughly four months after officially discontinuing the 2016-released iPhone SE, Apple surprisingly brought the 4-incher back from the dead to sell leftover inventory at a marked-down price of $249 and up. Several "clearance" sales followed, but ultimately, the Cupertino-based tech giant ran out of stock for good.

The same cannot be said about carriers like AT&T and Simple Mobile, not to mention a bunch of top-rated eBay vendors which are currently racing to the bottom in terms of refurbished iPhone SE pricing. Mere days after telling you about a killer deal allowing you to pick up the compact handset in exchange for less than $100 with 64 gigs of storage space, we now bring news of a different but equally trustworthy eBay seller charging an incredibly low $74.95 for 16GB variants.

Granted, that's not what we'd call an ideal storage configuration in this day and age, but at only 75 bucks, it might be worth buying this "B+" iPhone SE just to have a decent backup for a long travel that you can easily carry around. At 113 grams, the iOS 13-running featherweight certainly fits the bill, not to mention it should still be more than capable of keeping the lights on for a full day's work if needed. Besides, while a so-called iPhone SE 2 is reportedly right around the corner, that's unlikely to stand out with its portability the way the original model does.

In case you're wondering, that "B+" grade refers to the "good cosmetic condition" of the GSM unlocked units sold by Bidallies at $75 a pop, with "minor scrapes or scratches" from handling likely to be the only details separating these from brand-new devices at first glance. "Professionally tested and inspected" to ensure all features work properly, the ultra-affordable iPhone SE is available at the time of this writing in space gray and rose gold paint jobs in a "limited quantity." In other words, you may want to hurry and pull the trigger as soon as possible.

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