The recent trade-in price history of iPhone 7 Plus 128GB generally shows an increase. In other words, the used prices of this device are getting higher as it is becoming more desirable. This normally happens if your device is reasonably old and may appeal to those on a tighter budget, or (more likely) people who are looking for parts. It may even be to strip down or re-sell in a third-world country - here's why. Remember: It is very unlikely that prices will keep on increasing for ANY used electricals.
Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Specifications
|Display resolution:||1920 x 1080||Gps:||A-GPS and GLONASS|
|Display size:||5.5"||Wifi:||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|Display type:||IPS||Talk time:||Up to 21 hours|
|Primary camera flash:||Quad-LEDn||Secondary camera:||7 Megapixels|
|Primary camera resolution:||4608 x 2592||Weight grams:||188|
|Memory card slot:||None||Dimensions:||158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3 mm|
|Processor:||2.3 GHz Quad-core||Chipset:||Apple A10 Fusion|
|3g:||HSDPA||Ip rating:||IP67 - Dust and water resistant|
|4g:||LTE||Second sim slot:||None|
|Bluetooth:||4.2 with LE|
FAQs for Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB
- How much can I sell an iPhone 7 Plus 128Gb for if the screen is cracked?
- Can I sell a water-damaged iPhone 7 Plus 128GB?
- What's so good about the iPhone 7 Plus 128GB?
How much can I sell an iPhone 7 Plus 128Gb for if the screen is cracked?
The iPhone 7 Plus is an old phone now, but it's still quite desirable. Even if the screen is cracked you should expect to get around £95 for it, which isn't a bad price considering it is more than three years old.
Can I sell a water-damaged iPhone 7 Plus 128GB?
Water-damage falls into the most severe category for damage to iPhones. Therefore if your iPhone 7 Plus has been water damaged then it will only be worth around £50. That's still better than keeping a phone that cannot be repaired though!
What's so good about the iPhone 7 Plus 128GB?
The iPhone 7 Plus was regarded as a sought-after phone because it was the successor to the iPhone 6 and 6S, which was regarded as revolutionary in terms of design and features. Controversially, the iPhone 7 was the first iPhone to not feature a 3.5mm headphone jack.