Bag a ‘grade A’ iPhone 12 mini refurb from just $579.99 today only

Bag a ‘grade A’ iPhone 12 mini refurb from just $579.99 today only


iPhone 12 mini held up
By far the best small smartphone money can buy.
Photo: Apple

Treat yourself to one of Apple’s newest iPhone models at its lowest price yet. Woot is now offering “grade A” iPhone 12 mini refurbs from just $579.99 today only. They’re all unlocked and ready to use on any network.

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iPhone 12 mini is the best smartphone money can buy if you like compact handsets. It’s just as powerful and just as impressive as the regular iPhone 12, but it’s packed into a smaller, more manageable form factor.

The device boasts a blazing-fast A14 Bionic chip, a stunning 5.4-inch Super Retina XDR display, Face ID, and MagSafe. It also feature an advanced rear-facing dual-camera system with 12-megapixel Wide and Ultra Wide lenses.

Get yours today at its lowest price yet.

Bag an iPhone 12 mini from just $579.99

Woot is offering iPhone 12 mini refurbs with 64GB of storage for just $579.99 today only. You can also pick up 128GB models for $639.99, while upgrading to 256GB of storage will cost you just $719.99.

Almost all color options are available in all capacities, and every unit has undergone a full diagnostic test that ensures it’s “like-new” and full functional. Each is also backed by a 90-day Woot warranty.

These are the lowest prices we’ve seen on iPhone 12 mini since the handset made its debut last fall, but remember, they’re good for today only, so enjoy them while you can. And don’t miss these deals on iPhone accessories:

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