Things That You Must Check Before Buying A Used iPhone

by Sam Cameron Innovative Writer in Australia

Several iPhone users change the iPhone model as soon as a new model is launched in the market. So what do they do with their present old version iPhones? They sell it online to potential buyers! So if you are planning to buy a second-hand or as used iPhone then it is high time that you consider the following checks before zeroing down any deal:

Original receipt:

The most important thing that you must check before zeroing the buy used iPhone in the UK deal is the original receipt of the device. You must check that you are purchasing an authentic and first copy model of the iPhone. Apple usually provides electronic receipts that can give you sufficient information about the authenticity of the iPhone model.

Activation lock:

iPhones have a special feature known as activation lock. So when you buy an iPhone in the UK from any third party then try to look into the functioning of the activation lock. The activation lock must be disabled when you purchase a used iPhone. All you need to do is go to Settings then General then Reset and select Erase All Content if you are asked to provide any existing Apple ID and password then understand that the device is still linked to the previous user’s account.

Warranty coverage:

To utilise the idea to buy an iPhone online in the UK in a fruitful manner, always make sure that you are purchasing an iPhone which is still in its warranty period. Note down the iPhone’s serial number and head over to Apple’s website and check whether or not the device is still under warranty.

Check the hardware components:

When you leap forth to invest and buy a used iPhone from the UK then do not forget to check the hardware components of the model you intend to buy. The 3D touch should be working in models of the iPhone 6S and above. The ports such as the headphone jack and the lighting port should also be in their best possible state. Enrol in your fingerprints and unlock the iPhone before zeroing down the contract.

Pro tip: Turn on the iPhone and check the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, if all seems well then seal the deal!

Battery health:

A very common problem faced by the majority of iPhone users is the issues regarding battery life! The iPhone might face unexpected shutdowns or even drained battery within minutes of charging. So there is no point in buying such an iPhone whose battery life is already in a terrible state. Over time the battery life of almost all mobile phones indeed diminishes but if the battery life has significantly degraded then consider the deal to be a red flag!

The bottom line: Hoping that the above points seem to help buy the iPhone model that you always wanted! Always make it a point to approach a licensed and reliable iPhone buyer and seller. This is because you will be assured of getting a fair deal in a stress-free manner. 

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About Sam Cameron Freshman   Innovative Writer in Australia

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