Apple’s sale of officially certified refurbished machines is nothing new clear, and there are currently several refurbished Macs for sale on Apple’s official website. But today, Apple shelved an official refurbished version of the iPhone 12 mini on its official website, the first time the phone has been sold as an official refurbished machine since its release in October 2020.
Currently, only one official version of the iPhone 12 mini is available for sale on the official website, and it has a black exterior and 128GB of storage for $579 (about Rs. 3908.25).
As a comparison, the new iPhone 12 mini currently on sale on Apple’s official website costs $649 (about $4,380.75), a difference of just under $500 between the two.
According to Apple’s official introduction, all certified refurbished iPhones are equipped with a new case with battery, come with all instructions and USB-C to Lightning cable, and support Apple’s standard one-year warranty, and also enjoy AppleCare+ extended warranty service.
At the same time, Apple promises that all official iPhones have been thoroughly tested and cleaned, and are virtually indistinguishable from brand new iPhones.
Currently, Apple only has the official iPhone 12 mini official flip online in the U.S., and other regions should be coming online one after another.