Apple iPhone 7 Plus [A1661] iOS

Canceled
  • User for: 4 years, 11 months
  • Listings: 5 sold
  • Ships from New York to anywhere in the US
$330
Not For Sale
  • Shipping included in price

Platform iOS
Carrier Sprint
Color Rose Gold
Storage 128 GB

Condition

Good
  • Excellent condition, minor wear and tear
  • Power cord/charger not required
  • Retail packaging and manuals not required

Pristine Condition Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB Rose Gold Sprint

I'm selling a Sprint Apple iPhone 7 Plus 128GB in Rose Gold. In pristine condition - body is in like new condition, very minor surface scratches on the screen. Battery health is 90%. Includes third party lighting cable/charger. Model # A1661 / MN672LL/A.

Damage Description

In pristine condition - body is in like new condition, very minor surface scratches on the screen. Battery health is 90%.

All devices must be fully functional and meet our criteria for sale.


Stats

Listed Apr 07, 2019
Closed Apr 25, 2019
Views 57
Quantity Available 1

Shipping & Handling

Ships from New York

  • Shipping costs included in price
  • Seller not required to ship internationally

Standard Shipping:

  • Ships in 2 days or less
  • Shipped with tracking and insurance

Returns & Refunds

  • Eligible for PayPal Purchase Protection, so you get what you paid for
  • Items received not as described shall be returned to the seller for a prompt refund

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Comments  5

Apr 20, 2019 - 10:10 AM

Hello! I'm interested in purchasing this phone! Only concern is that the screen is oem, not replaced. Is that the case with this item?

trenstar Seller
- Apr 20, 2019 - 10:34 AM

I don’t think it’s been replaced but I’m not positive. If there’s a way to tell let me know and I’ll check

Apr 20, 2019 - 10:44 AM

assuming you are unaware of the device's history there's a couple tests from here (https://vkrepair.com/how-to-tell-iphone-screen-replaced/) obviously don't expect you to disassemble the phone to check for logos but there are a couple of other simple tests!

Most aftermarket screens are LCD and not OLED, if you have another phone that you are positive is an OLED screen the maximum brightness should look very similar. Additionally, original screens apparently have a hydrophobic coating on them, meaning a droplet of water will bead up and run off the screen.

If you could do those couple tests for me that would be incredible, I'm looking to purchase this phone as soon as possible if I can confirm that the screen is in fact OLED!

Thanks!

Apr 20, 2019 - 02:38 PM

Sorry if those tests are a pain to do!

trenstar Seller
- Apr 20, 2019 - 03:00 PM

I can do them but not until Wednesday as I’m out of the country

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