iPhone 11 was introduced in the Indian market in September, 2019. The phone possesses a stunning 6.1 inches Liquid Retina display. It is also a good combination of hardware and software. It comes with iOS 13 that can be upgradable to iOS 13.5. The phone also has a good camera array with 4K shooting and advanced picture quality. The iPhone 11 is not an old model from Apple and can be considered as the new-gen phone. The phone can be your top pick because it’s one of the latest Apple models and will be getting almost all new updates in the near future. It may also run faster than the older models due to its relatively recent software.
Can I sell my iPhone 11?
Yes, you can absolutely sell your iPhone 11. We have got you covered with not one but three options to sell your used iPhone 11.
The first option being Cashify. You can visit the link given and follow a few simple steps to sell your iPhone 11. You can then check the pricing of your iPhone and if it fits in your demands, you can sell your iPhone 11 with Cashify. Well, Cashify is the most convenient option as the Cashify executive would approach you to pick up the phone and you can give it to him hassle-free. You also get an instant cash payment as soon as the Cashify executive picks up the phone. This means no waiting for your money or no running around stores is involved. The entire process takes place in front of you and hence there is a complete transparency maintained by Cashify to its customers.
The second alternative to sell your used iPhone 11 is to reach out for Apple trade-in program:
Apple trade-in program helps Apple users buy a brand new iPhone by trading in their old one, cutting the costs of the new iPhone. However, the program can be a disadvantage as only Apple users above the age of 18 have access to the program. There are also some other terms and conditions linked to the program. The Apple program also provides an instant credit that is later directed towards purchase of a new iPhone.
The third option is to sell your iPhone 11 on OLX.in.
You can run an advertisement on OLX for your old iPhone 11 along with the price you desire to sell your phone at. Once you create the advertisement, your work is done and it’s the viewers who will approach you through the advertisement. However, if your advertising goes unnoticed or people choose to overlook it, your phone might go unsold. Lack of notice from the buyers may end up giving you no worth out of your old phone which can be a drawback.
How much can you sell a used iPhone 11 for?
iPhone 11 being one of the new-gen Apple models will give you great worth even after being a second-hand phone. Buyers are always hunting for Apple phones at cheaper rates and it can be a great catch for such buyers. However, a used iPhone 11 can get you an amount ranging from Rs. 31,000 to Rs. 40,000 depending on the website you choose to sell your iPhone 11 on.
- The OnePlus 9R was launched in April as a reasonable and appealing option for smartphone users who did not want to spend more than Rs 40,000. Then the 2021 launches rolled down, and the OnePlus 9R was no longer as competitive as it had been– it had simply become the most affordable way to get…
- The IPL 2021 resumption matches have been scheduled to kick off from September 19, 2021. When it comes to the location, the matches will be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Now, as the IPL 2021 schedule and stadium information are out of the way, let us talk a bit about the matches. The…
- In this article, we will be talking about a very popular Apple phone which is the iPhone 11. There is a huge confusion revolving around whether one should buy this iPhone in 2021 or not? Hence, we will be talking about 5 reasons that make buying the iPhone 11 worth it even in 2021. Also…
- Should you buy iPhone 12 in 2021? Or wait for iPhone 13?
- Lately, Tecno has been slaying the competition in the sub-Rs10,000 price bracket. Last we made a video of Tecno Spark 7, which was launched at Rs 8,999. Today, the brand has sent us their Tecno Camon 17, which is launched in India at Rs 12,999. Processor Gone are the days when we used to complain…