Apple's iPhone XR is on sale at a lower than ever price in refurbished condition (with warranty)

Apple's iPhone XR is on sale at a lower than ever price in refurbished condition (with warranty)
Good discounts on current-generation iPhones are notoriously hard to come by, but with a new trio reportedly comprised of an iPhone 11 sporting an LCD panel and an OLED-rocking iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max right around the corner, you can now purchase last year's XR at a lower than ever price from a highly trusted eBay seller.

$579.99 will get you the crazy popular iPhone XR in a GSM unlocked variant compatible with carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, as long as you don't mind settling for a seller refurbished unit potentially showing "signs of wear like scratches, scuffs, and minor nicks on the screen or body." This is equipped with 64 gigs of internal storage space, which means you're looking at the handset's entry-level configuration that typically costs $749.99 brand-new.

Considering the risks generally associated with buying refurbished gadgets, that $170 discount may not sound earth-shattering, but at the same time, it's important to highlight the devices on sale here today in a limited quantity are "fully functional" and backed by a 90-day warranty from Cellfeee, a merchant that almost never disappoints its customers. And even if that will somehow prove to be the case as far you're personally concerned, you're free to return the marked-down iPhone XR within 60 days of your acquisition in exchange for a full refund.

Available at the time of this writing in black, blue, red, and white colors at 580 bucks a pop, the 6.1-inch handset is slightly less handsome and robust than the iPhone XS and XS Max but just as powerful, packing the same state-of-the-art Apple A12 Bionic processor. Its single 12MP rear-facing camera is surprisingly capable and versatile, the battery life is simply outstanding, while the IPS LCD panel is... not that bad. It's certainly not a deal breaker at a reduced price of $579.99.

Check out the deal here

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