The great part is you’ve found this page! To value your old iPhone SE for resale, use the table at the top of the page to select the physical condition, network carrier and, of course, the storage size. This will then display the most accurate quotes from the resale stores so when you send them the iPhone, the payment can go through super-fast!
You’ll get the most money for devices that are brand new, typically these are unused iPhone’s or devices that have not got a single microscopic scratch on. The general wear and tear devices classed as used is when your iPhone SE has been used, has a few marks and no software issues. This is the most popular option and will get you a very fair deal.
How much can you sell an iPhone SE for? Get started now and find the best price for your iPhone SE using BankMyCell: Select the options above and get the most accurate trade-in quote from trusted buyback stores.
The online trade-in market has a wide range of buyers each with their own unique price. For example, you can visit your stores that buy phones including your carrier and Apple. Typically, your carrier, store options and Kiosks offer you way less than you can get online.
The best way to get the most money for your iPhone SE is to use an online trade-in comparison store like ours where we get multiple quotes from popular, trusted buyback stores and give you the best deal online. You could also sell your IPhone SE using a classified ad website, just be wary of the fees and postage prices.
If you think your SE is damaged, be sure to select the broken tab above to get the right prices otherwise the store will revise the quote when they recieve the phone and the whole payment process takes longer. Just be honest if something is broken, they do check them! Typically the conditions classed as broken are:
Selling your electronics to BankMyCell is really simple! Select your devices carrier, storage size and condition to get an instant quote! Ship your items for FREE and get instantly paid from one of our buy-back stores they day they receive it.
The iPhone Special Edition (aka SE) came out after the 6/6s models, but it is actually more of a successor to the 5s. That is because it has the same 4-inch screen size and other similar features. However, the processor is upgraded to a 1.85GHz model with a dual core.
The rear camera is also upgraded to the Sony Exmor RS, which offers 12 MP. This means HD recording is available so that 4K can be shot at 30fps; otherwise, a 1080p model is available at 30 or 60 fps. Slow-motion video recording is available, as are a number of other features.
One other great advantage is the ability to have iOS 10 and 11 features such as the Siri activation that is always on, Apple Pay, and the heralded Live Photos. A new color called Rose Gold was introduced to complement the other Space Gray, Silver, and Gold options.