Snag iPhone 6s for under $115, iPhone 7 for under $188 today only

Snag iPhone 6s for under $115, iPhone 7 for under $188 today only


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Quick! Get yours before they're all gone.
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You don’t have to spend much to pick up an iPhone that’s fully compatible with iOS 14. You can bag an iPhone 6s right now for under $115, while Amazon is offering renewed iPhone 7 units for as little as $187.99.

Bag yours today before they’re all gone.

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iOS 14 is a massive update for iPhone, with Home screen widgets, a new App Library, picture-in-picture support, and lots more. If you don’t have an iPhone that’s compatible, you’re going to be missing out this fall.

The good news is iOS 14 will work on iPhone 6s or later, and you can pick up older Apple handsets at spectacular prices. Get yours today before this brilliant deals disappear.

Bag a new iPhone for under $115

Woot is offering refurbished iPhone 6s units, available fully unlocked for use on any carrier, for just $114.99. Various color options are available, and they’re all backed by a 90-day Woot warranty.

Want something a little more modern? Amazon has renewed iPhone 7 units, that look and work as good as new, available from $187.99.

Refurbished devices typically don’t stick around for long, and there’s no telling if they’ll be available again. So, if you desperately need a decent iPhone, bag one of these before it’s too late.

Woot’s sale ends today, while Amazon’s stock is limited.

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