Amazon is currently offering a selection of highly appealing deals on refurbished/renewed Apple iPhone hardware. The deals in place see Apple’s iPhone 6 reduced down to a staggeringly impressive $121 with other options available for those who are prepared to spend a little more.

The devices on offer span various Apple iPhone generations, beginning with iPhone 6s and moving to the company’s iPhone 7 hardware, which was the first device to remove the mechanical Home button and offer haptic feedback on touch. All devices come with Apple’s gorgeous Retina display, come with iOS pre-installed, and will benefit from free-of-charge upgrades (depending on what they already have installed). The existence of iOS, of course, also means that owners will have full access to compatible apps on the iOS App Store, as well as an almost limitless number of games to keep them occupied.

If you find yourself in need of a shiny new – well, for the sake of transparency, new to you but actually refurbished – Apple iPhone, then you have come to the right place. Take a look at the list of offers below which let you bring iPhone into yours, or loved ones, life starting at just $121. That really is a minuscule amount of money to spend on this type of smartphone. Check out the iPhone 6, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone 7 offers:

If you don’t mind being behind the curve or are simply looking for a secondary device or something for occasional use, then this is definitely an excellent set of deals for some older Apple hardware.

Amazon and Apple are likely to pull these offers from existence as soon as they have depleted a certain level of stock in inventory. So, keep that in mind when deciding to procrastinate and sit on these deals without taking any action. Once they are gone, they are gone, and once the deal is pulled, it’s anyone’s guess as to when it will be reinitiated.

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