The trade-in price history of iPhone 8 64GB generally shows a decline. In other words, the used prices of this device are dropping as newer models come to market. It is only very rarely that a second-hand electrical device will increase in price; this usually happens for example if it's a collector's item. Therefore if you are looking to sell your iPhone 8 64GB then it probably makes sense to do it sooner rather than later - before the next price drop.
Apple iPhone 8 64GB Specifications
|Display resolution:||1334 x 750||Gps:||A-GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS|
|Display size:||4.7"||Wifi:||802.11 a/b/g/n/ac|
|Display type:||Retina HD display||Talk time:||Up to 14 hours|
|Primary camera flash:||Quad-LEDn||Secondary camera:||7 Megapixels|
|Primary camera resolution:||4032 x 3024||Weight grams:||148|
|Memory card slot:||None||Dimensions:||138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm|
|Processor:||Hexa-core||Chipset:||Apple A11 Bionic|
|2g:||GSM 850/900/1800/1900||Battery type:||Non-removable|
|3g:||HSDPA 850/900/1700/1900/2100||Ip rating:||IP67 - Dust and water resistant|
|4g:||LTE 700/800/850/900/1700/1800/1900/2100/2600||Second sim slot:||None|
|Bluetooth:||5.0 with A2DP, LE|
FAQs for Apple iPhone 8 64GB
- My iPhone 8 64GB has been submerged in water and doesn't work. Can I still sell it?
- How do I get the most for my iPhone 8 64GB?
- How much can I get for my iPhone 8 64GB?
My iPhone 8 64GB has been submerged in water and doesn't work. Can I still sell it?
Most of our buyers will accept any iPhone in any condition. Even a water-damaged iPhone 8 is currently worth just over £50.
How do I get the most for my iPhone 8 64GB?
The best way to get the most for your iPhone 8 is to get a quite from a many buyers as possible. We list the prices offered by the most popular buyers here, so we've saved you the legwork. So now it's just a case of picking the highest price and selling your phone.
How much can I get for my iPhone 8 64GB?
To determine how much you'll get for your iPhone 8, you need to determine the condition. If it's in good condition with only light wear and tear then you should get £180 for it. If it's a bit scuffed and dented then you should expect to get just over £100. If it's really badly damaged or not working then it's still worth about £55.