10 minutes! And it gets recycled and back in the system like things really should.
I should look into avenues like this more. I remember putting up my install CDs for older OS X versions like Panther up on an auction site on a whim. I think I made nearly as much as I bought them for. Things have value.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
You should check out ebay for a better price. The 4s models are dual band GMS and CDMA, they go for a lot of money in good shape. You can have your provider unlock it before you sell too.
Unless I read what's been selling on ebay wrong, it's worth a whole lot more.
Mine still has AppleCare until next June, and has been in an OtterBox since day 1. I'm going to wait for the dust to settle, buy out my contract for around $185, get a 5s under a new contract, sell my 4s, and probably make money. Worst case break even.
Look on ebay, tell if I'm missing something. iPhone 4s, filtered by Sold listings.
OK.. I didn't know I could have ATT unlock my phone for me... now the price has jumped to an easy $400! I'm upgrading to the 64 GB 5S now. I was on the fence... since 32 GB seems like almost enough... but I never have enough movies on it for my daughter and the 720 video is going to eat up even more when shooting those 120 fps slo-mo sequences.
It's a 4 not 4s right? Still, I see the 4 is going for close to $400. Still trying to figure out what market is paying that much for a product released over 3 years ago, they're not even dual band. I guess they are $300 cheaper than a new 5s.
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