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Apple iPhone 7 256GB

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You'll get £363.00
We pay what we offer

No charger, accessories or the original box – not a problem! Just make sure your item meets the following requirements and we’ll pay what we promise:

  • In full working order, turns on and off
  • All buttons working
  • Battery included and fully charged
  • Screen not scratched or damaged
  • Minor cosmetic wear
  • Not water damaged
  • Not reported lost or stolen
  • Not locked to a Network
  • Not locked to iCloud (Apple products only)
  • Please do not send any chargers, cases or other accessories - any received will be disposed of and cannot be returned or replaced

You'll get £363.00

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Get an instant price for your iPhone 7 256GB

With a whopping 256 gigabytes of internal storage capacity, the iPhone 7 256GB had the most memory ever on an iPhone. Since its release in September 2016, Apple have gone on to release a 256GB version of the iPhone 8 - it seemed the huge memory capacity proved popular with consumers. Aside from internal storage, there are plenty of features that make the phone worth talking about. Zapper are experts in all the products we deal with, so here’s some of our favourite features in the iPhone 7 256GB.

Phillip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, said the iPhone 7 reached “a new level of innovation and precision to make this the best iPhone we have ever made”. At Zapper, we can certainly see why Mr Schiller thinks so. While the phone marginally looks the same as the last few predecessors, there are vital differences. For example, there is no longer a physical home button and instead there is an area of sensors that act as such. Taptic Engine vibrators work with the sensors to make the user feel like they are pressing a button - a small but clever innovation. This kind of feedback had been tried on other smartphones, but in the way the vibration simulated an actual click it seemed Apple had really nailed it.

Controversy surrounded Apple’s decision to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack in the iPhone 7. Apple claimed they needed to take the jack out to make room for better cameras and when you think about water resistance it makes sense to remove every hole that is not deemed absolutely necessary. After the announcement, Apple knew consumers were somewhat disgruntled so made sure to include an adaptor for the Lightning port. Some Apple fanatics this time made the move to AirPods, perhaps signalling a shift towards wireless audio.

From water resistance to the removal of the headphone jack and home button, it seemed Apple were intent on shaking up the smartphone market. The iPhone 7 256GB was not only a fantastically designed phone, the 256GB option provides media-crazy users with masses of internal storage. If you’re reading this you probably have an iPhone 7 that you simply don’t need anymore. Why not earn some fast cash? Receive and instant offer today and you’ll get FREE delivery. It’s so simple and fast. So, sell your iPhone 7 256GB to Zapper today!