Shoot high-quality photos and 4K videos with the 12-megapixel camera of this unlocked Apple iPhone SE smartphone. Boasting an A9 chip, this phone packs powerful performance, and the 4-inch Retina display delivers crisp texts and sharp images. This preowned Apple iPhone SE smart phone is unlocked to let you choose a preferred GSM carrier.
Apple A9 chip with M9 motion coprocessor
Delivers outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
iOS 10 operating system
Reliable security combines with a seamless interface between your phone and a wide variety of Apple devices.
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" 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 1.2MP camera for self-portraits and video.
32GB internal memory
Provides plenty of 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 SE (1st generation)
USB cable, power adapter
2G, 3G, 4G, 4G LTE
Apple iOS 10
Pre-Owned iPhone SE with 32GB Memory (1st generation) Cell Phone (Unlocked)
you need to teach the USPS to integrate delivery notices like other major retailers. I never got a notice from the post office.
the case and screen were spotless but the battery levels decreased to 60% at a reasonable rate then plummeted to 5% and the phone was at 1% three mornings in a row.
I found the graph of the rate change and saved it as a file. The young man at customer service in the Cville store immediately saw the problem and gave me a full refund. Good for him!!
You all need to add some more QC to your pre-owned phones. The first pix is from my iPhone 5 and the second (with the red circle) is from your iPhone SE.
All the parts of this phone functions pretty well. However, its battery lasts so short that you have to turn the low battery mode all the time to keep it on for a longer time without using it very often. Also, it would get very hot when being charged and being used. Generally speaking, since I bought it just for a collection, I don't quite care its performance very much. But with a A9 chip, it can handle some daily needs, but performs poor over stronger burdens. Don't buy it if you want it as your main phone.
This phone looked like it would be a good purchase. The outside of the phone was pristine. However, I could not activate the phone through Verizon Wireless. I tried switching SIM cards, but that didn't work. I tried adding a device through the Verizon website, but that didn't work, either. Then I went to the Verizon store, where I finally learned that the phone is discontinued, and is no longer supported by Verizon. Perhaps other wireless carriers will activate this phone -- I don't know. I returned the phone to my local Best Buy, and paid a $35 restocking fee.
Phone showed 87% battery capacity, but would go completely dead within 5-6 hours without use. With usage(browsing etc) it would die within 3 hours. I was under the assumption that any used phone you advertised online would have been tested. Returned it to my local Best Buy and they were very helpful. Ended up purchasing a new phone instead.
Overall I was supremely disappointed with everything except the staff at the Independence store.
I needed to replace my old iPhone 4s, but prefer a small phone that fits nicely in my pocket. I also use the audio jack, which iPhone did away with on the new models. The SE was the perfect choice, but is no longer manufactured, so a refurbished phone is the only option. There are plenty of places to buy a "certified" refurbished iPhone, but they won't say who "certified" them. "Certification" is meaningless if you don't know and trust the certifying organization, and I am concerned unscrupulous repair shops might tamper with the phone an install malware. Best Buy is one of the few places you can get an "Apple Certified" refurbished iPhone, so malware shouldn't be a concern. The phone itself was perfectly refurbished. I wouldn't be able to tell the difference between this phone and a newly manufactured phone. I've only been using it a few weeks, but the battery life seems normal and all my apps work as expected. I just updated to iOS 13, so I should be able to keep the operating system current for at least another year or two.
Phone arrived before expected delivery date. Phone functioned perfectly. Website indicated that phone would be a refurbished phone, and the phone case did show some very minor evidence of wear. The display seemed like it was new. Overall, I am really happy with the purchase.
A:AnswerAll iPhones should be unlocked from all carriers President Barack Obama will today sign a bill that makes cell phone unlocking legal again, writing the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act into law.
Now that cell phone unlocking is once again legal, consumers and third-party unlocking services will be able to unlock paid-for cell phones and tablets without receiving express permission from carriers and without facing criminal penalties. The changes will make it easier for consumers to take their devices to the carrier of their choice after contractual obligations have been fulfilled and it will also be easier to use existing devices abroad.
A:AnswerIt is the same size as the iPhone 6 - which was my previous phone. This is the exact same size, although do a slight difference on the back where the camera lens is, I had to buy a different (new) case for it.