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Sell iPhone

Sell iPhone
Sell iPhone

Sell iPhone

The iPhone is arguably one of the world’s most recognizable smartphones, with many millions of units sold. It is sleek and powerful, notoriously versatile, and nowincludes a super-sharp display and 4G connectivity, which means you can quickly surf the Internet. It is hard to resist upgrading when a new iPhone becomes available.

But, this doesn’t mean the last iPhone you had is now obsolete. Not everyone can afford to buy a new iPhone. The one you no longer use may be just the thing that someone else wants. You could try selling it yourself, but that can easily become a hassle. What could be better than selling your iPhone to a registered, reliable buyer for the best available price and with a very quick turnaround? iGotOffer is that buyer.

Visit  and quickly get a quote for the iPhone you wish to sell. If you are satisfied with the offer, iGotOffer makes the rest of the transaction as easy as possible. Not only will you keep that iPhone out of the landfill, but you could have cash in hand within days.


Before you give away or sell your old iPhone, restore it to its factory default state for the new owner. To do this, remove all your personal data as well as any valuable information, in order to protect your privacy. Here is how you should proceed:

Back up your device: Sign out of iCloud by tapping Settings > iCloud. Scroll down, and tap Sign Out (in iOS 7 or earlier iOS, tap Delete Account). Tap Sign Out again, tap Delete from My iPhone and enter your password. Go to Settings > General > Reset, then tap Erase All Content and Settings. This procedure will erase your device, including any credit or debit cards you added for Apple Pay. Your iPhone will now be completely erased and removed from your account, so that the next owner can activate it.

Keep in mind that your content won’t be deleted from iCloud when you erase your device.

If you are not using a SIM-card, you should contact your carrier for guidance on transferring service to the new owner. When the new owner of the iPhone turns on the device for the first time, Setup Assistant will offer its services and guide them through the setup process.

If you didn’t follow the steps above before selling or giving away your iPhone, ask the new owner to erase all content and settings as described above. However, if you’re using iCloud and Find My iPhone on the device, you can erase the device remotely (by signing in to, selecting the device, and clicking Erase). When the device has been erased, click Remove from Account. After you erase the device, you’ll need to wait 24 hours before you can activate iMessage on your new device.

Important note: deleting documents, contacts, reminders, documents, photo streams, or any other iCloud data while signed in to your iCloud account, will lead to the removal of all this content from the iCloud servers and from all of your devices that are signed in to iCloud at the same time.

If the Apple Pay app has been installed on your iPhone, you can remove credit or debit cards at choose Settings to see which devices are using Apple Pay, then click your device and click Remove next to Apple Pay.

If you’re unable to erase your iPhone, change your Apple ID password. Changing the password won’t remove any personal information that is cached on the device, but the new owner won’t be able to delete your information from iCloud.

See also:

  • Apple Encyclopedia: all information about products, electronic devices, operating systems and apps from iGotOffer experts.
  • the best place to sell my used iPhone online. Top cash guaranteed. Free quote and free shipping. BBB A+ rated business.
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