Grab an iPhone 7 32 GB for just $347 here

Grab an iPhone 7 32 GB for just $347 here

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So, the 2017 iPhones were a bit of a letdown. Not counting the uber-expensive iPhone X, which finally revitalized the Apple handset design, the regular iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus were more of the same. Well, we did get wireless charging and glass backs, but that's the thing — not everybody likes a glass back on their phone.

Then, there are the 2016 iPhones — the 7 and the 7 Plus — which are still pretty powerful, have good cameras, and will give you the cool touch of metal when you grab them. Oh, they also come in matte or shiny black, while the iPhone 8 did away with the stealthy finish. So, it's a great time to buy an iPhone 7, especially if you go refurbished or second-hand.

All that said, we found a pretty good deal on refurbished iPhone 7 units on Newegg. You can only get the black variant and only with 32 GB of storage, but hey — that's actually a pretty good amount of storage, especially since Apple updated its picture and video coding algorithms to make your memorabilia take 50% less space.

For the next 5 days, you can grab one of these for $346.99. Usually, refurbished iPhone 7 units go for about $380, so you will also have some extra cash for a cool case or two... or a bunch of Lightning-to-headphones adapters.

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iPhone 7
  • Display 4.7" 750 x 1334 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 7 MP front
  • Processor Apple A10 Fusion, Quad-core, 2340 MHz
  • Storage 256 GB
  • Battery 1960 mAh(14h 3G talk time)



1. sgodsell

Posts: 7437; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

The iPhone 6, 6s, 7, and 8 all have the same low resolution 1334x750 display. You can buy brand new $200 smartphones with the latest OS that have a larger Full HD (1920x1080) display. As a matter of fact there is even some inexpensive smartphones that have the new 18:9 aspect ratios with an even larger display and higher resolution (2160x1080) for $250-$300. There bezels are tiny in comparison to the iPhone 6, 6s, 7, and 8. If the rumors are true that Apple themselves are making 18:9 aspect ratio iPhones this year. Then hardly anyone is going to buy these bezel full old iPhones with their low resolution displays.

2. whatev

Posts: 2327; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

Stop it! You’re not going to change the world and people’s decisions with your trolling and rambling on PhoneArena, when will you realize that? stop making yourself look like a retarded sociopath, gosh!!!

7. sissy246

Posts: 7124; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

He is only telling the truth. Get over it.

8. whatev

Posts: 2327; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

His argument is as basic and empty as his head, it kills me that fandroids only care about specs when it comes to pricing, you left aside software, user experience, customer support, accessories, firmware updates, that should be free according to your basic reasoning, talking to people like you it’s the same as talking to a newborn, they listen but they never understand a word *rolls eyes

9. sissy246

Posts: 7124; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Your right, there is more to look at but, for what he is talking about is TRUE ifanboy.

10. sgodsell

Posts: 7437; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

This is refurbished iPhone 7. The only person here that has something wrong with their head is you whatev. These are used, the batteries could be abused on these devices. It is NOT worth $380 let alone $350 for a 4 year old design with that low resolution display.

12. rouyal

Posts: 1583; Member since: Jan 05, 2018

And that 4 year old phone will still get many more years of updates after Samsung forgets yours. The 4 year old design is still more refined than just about anything Samsung wishes it could do. No one wants the fragile ‘infinity display’, they want a well built phone. The iPhone 7 still has a faster chip, and better camera, better accessories, better apps, support, than 99% of android phones.

16. dazed1

Posts: 805; Member since: Jul 28, 2015

Updates vs, Much better screen, design, camera, fast cable and wireless charging, much better STB ratio, tons of features. You can shovel your updates in your back.

18. sgodsell

Posts: 7437; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

What good is 4 years of updates if you pay a lot for a device, because the newer hardware that arrives every year supports a number of new things that your current or older hardware cannot support? For instance the iPhone 7 will still have a low resolution display. Yet even budget Android smartphones today already have a 18:9 aspect ratio, with a higher resolution display (full HD+). Not even the iPhone 8 plus has that resolution. Plus there are budget Android smartphones that are including dual cameras and 4k video nowadays. They are even including better wifi ac, Bluetooth 5, and faster LTE, and more. Not even 2 years from now those budget Androids will support new features and new software, like better AI, cameras displays, LTE, and more, as well as other features. Remember 2 years is a life time in terms of technological advancement.

13. whatev

Posts: 2327; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

So according to you it’s better to buy a budget android phone that will never see firmware updates, that will never have the OS optimized for its hardware, that doesn’t have enough accessories, lackluster customer support, the poorest support from developers, and more, just because the screen resolution is higher than the iPhone’s screen which by the way is always rated as the best LCD screen on a phone every year, sounds logic, isn’t it?... NOT You should realize that you waste your time trying to drag apple here on PhoneArena, that won’t change apple success, that will never change the world and the way people think, why can’t you accept that? And sissy, you should shut tfu and stop being so hypocrite, you are always acting like a victim that never does anything wrong and never trolls but at the same time you spice up fights started by your troll friends and get away like you did nothing, I don’t know who’s worse if you or the ones that start the fights directly

17. sgodsell

Posts: 7437; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

Lol, poorest developer support? Is that why Apple changed there tune from back in 2016. Apple said they were going to have 5 million apps by 2020. Once Apple realized that wasn't going to happen, they quickly changed there tune. Because Google looks like it will get to 5 million apps by that timeframe or shortly after. Especially when 3 apps arrive on the Google's play store for every 1 app that arrives on the Apple's app store. That's why there is now 3.7 million play apps to Apple's 2.2 million. There are categories and different types of apps that Google supports, that Apple doesn't even have or support. So Apples screens are the best every year right? That's a good one. That's why Apple has the best oled screens right. Even better than Samsung's oled screens, which Samsung made all Apples iPhone X oled displays, right whatev? It was found out that Apple did there testing and comparison to Samsung's vivid mode settings. Apple has something that is the best. They have the best propaganda, and the best zealots like you to spread their propaganda and lies around. I laugh at the part where you said that budget android phone that will never see firmware updates, that will never have the OS optimized for its hardware, that doesn’t have enough accessories. So let's take the new Moto G6's that have already leaked for example. They have a display that has a 5.7" 18:9 aspect ratio display, with a resolution of 2160x1080. How is that display not going to be optimized to work on that smartphone? Oh, that's right it is optimized to work, because that aspect ratio has been used on lots of other Android smartphones that came before it. There is dual rear cameras with one camera being a wide angle camera as well. How do you make your iPhone 7 display change or support a higher resolution, or how does a wide angle camera work? That's right you have to buy a new iPhone or try and find some accessories that can help out in some areas. But in the end an iPhone 6s, 7, and 8 are limited, because the hardware is limited, and cannot change. So for a $250 Android smartphone, you can get a display that has a 2.1 aspect ratio. Even support real multitasking and split screen multitasking (something that no iPhone currently supports), with dual rear cameras, finger print scanner, and more. So if you can do math. Let's say you only get two years out of that $250 smartphone, which includes updates. Then you have to buy another Android smartphone after 2 years. So for $500 you are getting 4 years of updates with software updates, and a new Android smartphone in 2 years from now. How much is a new iPhone again ($700). How much is the hardware going to change in the future? This is a perfect example, because Apple is dropping the 16:9 aspect ratio for their 19.5:9 or 18:9. Your even seeing 4k cameras on budget Android smartphones now. That's just it hardware changes every year.

5. Nine1Sickness

Posts: 896; Member since: Jan 30, 2011

Cool. You’re still angry mommy didn’t buy you an iPhone yet?

6. sissy246

Posts: 7124; Member since: Mar 04, 2015


11. rouyal

Posts: 1583; Member since: Jan 05, 2018

I think you are so upset that you have to factory reset your bloated Samsung all the time just to get it going again. Just get an iPhone and stop your whining. Here’s a deal to get you started. You will be much happier with a quality product, and won’t have to troll Apple articles to reassure your inferior choice.

14. whatev

Posts: 2327; Member since: Oct 28, 2015

He’s in denial phase, he just needs to have an apple device, even an iPod or the most basic apple device and I’m seeing him becoming a youtuber like everything apple pro, he just needs to overcome this denial phase

3. maddy996

Posts: 128; Member since: Jan 06, 2014

I want one but sadly no shipping to India.

4. libra89

Posts: 2292; Member since: Apr 15, 2016

I just bought one (elsewhere) and I clearly paid too much...

15. fyah_king unregistered

Refurbished!!!! Lol

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