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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by doyle369, Oct 10, 2011.
it has a smashed screen, but works fine, how much you recon,32gb with box etc
I'll give you a quarter.
Ebay>Search>Advanced Search>Completed Auctions>>Used>iPhone 4 32gb (cracked, broken, damaged) screen.
You can do it. I know you can.
meh...smashed screen? whatever you want to sell it for just subtract the $200 that Apple would charge to fix it
This. My iPhone 4 had an issue where I could hear callers but they could not hear me. Apple wanted $199 for an out-of-warranty replacement. I therefore sold it (with the issue clearly spelled out in the ad), for the price I wanted minus $200. The new buyer knew the issue and was happy to get the phone.
You can sell it for $201 minus the 200 apple is going to charge to fix, that leave you with $1.00 profit!
im from England so sterling please
BS. Apple charging $200 is one thing but a smashed screen doesn't mean someone HAS to have Apple fix it for their cost.
I'd say you could get $100 at least off eBay.
Someone hold his hand and do all the leg work please.
Also dont forget to convert the currency, he's too lazy to do that too
Whatever amount someone is willing to pay.
They replaced mine (cracked screen) at the store for free with a refurb. Worth a shot.
Good or bad post aside: I think he was joking based on the feedback he received.
This conversation is for the marketplace thread. You're risking a red flag by posting it here.
Source: from past experience.
I doubt it...with so many iPhone 4's going on sale....why buy a broken one that will have to be fixed? and no one that I know will fix it for less than Apple...wait are you suggesting that it be sold for $100 as is? yeah that might work
Put it on Craigslist (if you dont mind meeting somebody in person) with a price you feel is fair.
If somebody accepts your price, you know it was a fair price and if somebody offers less just negotiate with them until you get a price you are happy with.
Go to amazon and get a replacement screen, fix it yourself, sell it for more. The cost of the screen is much less than taking the $200 hit.
I'll give you $100, but unless you fix it yourself you probably can't expect more.