Upgrade To A Blue iPhone 12 With 5G For Just $400, Fully Unlocked

Apple’s iPhone 12 finished in Blue and packed with 64GB of internal storage capacity is available right now for around the $400 mark. The excellent price is offered as part of Amazon’s Renewed initiative.

The wonderful iPhone 12 has been one of Apple’s smartphone triumphs. It may not be the latest and greatest device on the market but it’s still holding its own in a very competitive industry and it’s still a hot choice for people who want affordability and power.

This 64GB variant of the device comes with enough internal storage space for most people. And when you consider that you get 5GB of iCloud storage as well as the ability to upgrade for a very small fee, the hardware-based 64GB is often more than enough.

It comes with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display offering a 2532×1170-pixel resolution at 460 pixels per inch. Owners will get the usual True Tone, P3 wide color, and Haptic Touch that they come to expect from Apple displays.

The iPhone 12 is powered by Apple’s own A14 Bionic chip, offering a 6-core CPU with 2 performance and 4 efficiency cores. It has a 4-core GPU and a 16-core Neural Engine for advanced machine learning processing. This particular iPhone also offers an exceptional camera experience that takes mobile photography to the next level – especially when upgrading from an older device that simply doesn’t pack the same camera power as the iPhone 12.

When you mix all of that together with the power of iOS 16, you get a hardware and software combination that’s unrivaled.

If you are happy with everything the Amazon Renewed initiative is about, you will find the direct product link below. You won’t be asked for any promotional codes or discount coupons. Just make sure to act quickly as these promotional prices do often fluctuate.

Buy: Apple iPhone 12, 64GB, Blue – Fully Unlocked (Renewed) from Amazon: $405.95

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