Apple is trying to incentivise people to jump in and snag a new iPhone XR or iPhone XS by offering extra trade-in credit towards the purchase of one of its latest devices. The new iPhones are quite expensive, so getting some extra money towards one can make it worthwhile. The extra trade credit only applies to iPhone 6 or newer devices, so if you’re still holding onto that iPhone 5, you’re not going to get any extra money for it. However, Apple will happily recycle your older device for free. Up to $100 Extra Trade-In Credit for a New iPhone...
Following its Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, Apple announced a new promotion meant to allow its fans to switch to a newer iPhone for a cheaper price. The Apple GiveBack promotion offers up to $100 extra credit toward a new iPhone, but it's only available for a limited time. Of course, you'll have to upgrade to an iPhone XR or iPhone XS, but the value of the trade-in device will now be higher. Here is the full list of eligible devices and their new trade-in credit: iPhone 6 - $150 (was $75);iPhone 6 Plus - $200 (was $100);iPhone 6s - $200 (was $100);iPhone 6s Plus - $250 (was ...
The new values extend to devices ranging from the iPhone 6 all the way to last year's 8, netting you up to $150 for a 6 to $300 for a 7 Plus or an 8.
Now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are off the calendar, Apple is finally rolling out a deal worth noticing as part of its GiveBack program. Today, Apple boosted the trade-in creditRemove non-product link for the iPhone 6 through the iPhone 8 (though not the iPhone 8 Plus) for a "limited time," but only if you upgrade to an iPhone XS, XS Max, or XR.
Walmart offers the Apple iPhone 6 32GB Prepaid Smartphone for Straight Talk in Space Gray or Gold for $99 with free shipping. That's $50 under our mention from three days ago and the lowest price we've seen for an iPhone 6 in any condition. (It's the best deal now for any carrier by $50.)
If you follow tech YouTube channels, you’ve probably heard of JerryRigEverything. A buff bald dude called Zach Nelson puts devices to the (admittedly unscientific) test by scratching their glass, setting fire to the displays, and – the most popular bit – trying to bend them in his bare hands. Apple’s new iPad Pro failed that test last week with remarkable ease, bringing back memories of the iPhone 6’s #BendGate sort-of scandal
Check out the Insta360, a device that turns your iPhone into a 360-degree video camera. With a single shot, you can capture everything around you. It’s designed for live streaming, making VR content, all from your iPhone. It works with iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR,iPhone8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, and iPhone 6/6 Plus. The Insta360 is $199 through our deal, 16% off retail.
You probably have a general idea of which iPhone you have—iPhone 6, SE, 4s, X, and so on. But behind the marketing names, each iPhone configuration has its own model number. You normally won’t need to know this number, but it could come in handy if you ever need to get more technical details about your device. Here’s where you can find your iPhone’s model number—and what that number means.
JemJem via Walmart offers the refurbished Unlocked Apple iPhone 6 64GB 4G LTE GSM Smartphone in Space Gray for $153.29 with free shipping. That's $2 under last week's mention and the lowest price we could find for a refurb today by $5.
The extent to which you can bend an Apple gadget before it breaks dates back to 2014, when the company released the iPhone 6 Plus.