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Appreciate the thoughtful user experience of this unlocked silver Apple iPhone 8 64GB smartphone. The HD Retina display with 3D Touch offers striking images and a fingerprint-resistant coating, while Touch ID provides security by requiring fingerprint access. Front and rear HD cameras on this Apple iPhone 8 64GB smartphone capture stunning photos.
Apple A11 Bionic chip with M11 motion coprocessor
Delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
A powerful operating system that gets the job done securely and efficiently.
Universal Unlocked Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, Boost Mobile, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
4G LTE speed
Provides fast Web connection for downloading apps, streaming content and staying connected with social media.
4.7" Retina touch screen with IPS technology
High-definition touch screen displays texts, e-mails, games, photos and videos with clarity.
12.0MP rear-facing camera
Record your favorite memories with good resolutions, with enough detail for print. Also includes a front-facing 7.0MP camera for self-portraits and video.
64GB internal memory
Extensive storage space for your contacts, music, photos, apps and more.
Your fingerprint keeps your phone secure
Hold your finger on the fingerprint sensor to unlock your phone.
* SIM Card not included.
Apple iPhone 8
1821 mAh Battery
Power adapter, Lightning to USB cable
2G, 3G, 4G, 4G LTE
Apple iOS 11
Pre-Owned iPhone 8 with 64GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked)
I received the phone and was super excited. It looked like it was in perfect condition! When I turned it on, the screen had all kinds of lines going through it, like a plaid pattern but on my phone screen (meaning the LCD is no longer connected to the logic board, a sign of water/other damage). It's not completely debilitating to the phone, everything is still useful and works perfectly, but the display is certainly annoying. I wish they would have inspected the phone for this issue before shipment.
I knew this phone wouldn’t be new. The battery is at about 82% which means it is already well used. I don’t think that battery is going to survive two extra years. The old phone, iPhone 6, that I just replaced, has less scratches than the new one, which I just bought. Well, they say you get what you pay for. The only question why did I, a guy, buy a rose gold phone?(smiley)
It is just like new, with the exception that the Battery Health Meter is only at 88% instead of 100%. I expected that a refurbished phone would have a new battery. The one year warranty is nice though. I could only get a 90 day warranty for a battery replacement or a phone exchange for a new phone.
I plan to discuss the battery issue with someone at the store.
It's an awesome phone. Perfect size' just what I wanted, Took it down to my phone provider (Verizon) They intern installed the sim's card to activate. The phone would get service with 3bars then go to no service. They tried everything to get it to work. I settled for an iPhone 7 instead of an iPhone 8. Costing me an additional $84.52. No I'm not very happy now but at least I have a phone
This is my third time purchasing a preowned phone and I’m very disappointed. The screen was not cleaned and you can tell that the previous owner had a case on the phone since the lines from the case were visible. Phone has several dents and scratches. Phone was shipped in a poly bag so the box was dented upon arrival.
I spent $450 on this phone, and when it came in, the face plate was scratched up, almost like someone had used steel wool on the glass. There was one very deep cut that I'm sure will never come out of the glass. I thought that refurbished phones were supposed to be in the best condition possible?
A:AnswerYes, one year according to the warranty company and I had to use it unfortunately. There’s a warranty card that comes with instructions and the phone number to the warranty company. Make sure you keep this card because the Best Buy employees at the store have no idea and will be zero help trying to help you track down this information. My phone came defective but because it was
outside the 14 day return policy (I had the phone for 20 days) Best Buy would not exchange it and the employee refused to help me obtain the phone number stating it was now “my issue”