Thinking getting iPhone can't really afford new one what's oldest iPhone should I get ? hearing about iOS 13 stop supporting older ones
The best tip I can give for saving money on a new iPhone is to buy refurbished directly from Apple. When Apple sell refurb phones, you get something that is good as new with a new battery, warranty etc, but save some cash. Note that many other vendors sell iPhones described as “refurbished” but it’s very hard to know which can be trusted and which will have worn batteries, non-OEM replacement displays etc. The only place I would buy a refurb is from Apple themselves.
Second that. All of my Macs are refurbished Apple once I found out about the refurbished store. Even my old Airport expresses are refurbished ones.Best advice right here. A lot of people tend to complain about Apples refurbished prices compared to the competition from third-party vendors who sell iPhones that are used, etc. But in the end, you’re not just purchasing a higher priced refurbished phone from Apple, you’re purchasing a Phone that is guaranteed with quality/OEM parts, a one-year warranty, customer service direct from Apple and the device has been completely stringently tested in addition. I don’t trust third-party vendors whatsoever, Apple is the _only_ source that I will purchase directly from when it comes to products that are refurbished.