Apple on Tuesday updated its online store to include refurbished iPhones. It’s currently offering a handful of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus models in a variety of color and storage combinations for 15% off.
The company has long sold refurbished Mac hardware and other products online, but this is the first time in recent memory it has offered handsets. I believe it did this briefly in the early iPhone days.
Prices for the refurbished iPhones start at $450 for 16GB iPhone 6s models, which are normally priced at $530, and go up to $590 for a 64GB iPhone 6s Plus—$110 off. There are no 128GB models available.
Admittedly, “refurbished” and “remanufactured” aren’t popular terms with consumers, but Apple does things differently. All iPhones are unlocked and include a new back and battery, and 1-year warranty.