I tried selling mine, but the one that seemed good said the condition wasn't perfect and declines the offer. What do you think I can get for a 3G in NJ?ya i would not trust it. these types of website are notorious for making up scratches or underrating the condition of phones. though i have worked in a refurb shop and people lie all the time. like a lot.
"no it's never been in water" - every water damage indicator was orange AND usually has mold growing inside.
i think it's worth a try but i would also recommend just trying to sell it on your own. people are still paying absurdly high prices for used iPhones on craigs and ebay.
Yeah, I know what you're talking about. When the iPhone 4s was first announced, I was planning to wait to upgrade, if I upgraded at all. I then found out that I could likely sell my iPhone 4 for the same price it would cost me to upgrade. So I put it on eBay, and ended up coming out about $30 AHEAD of what my upgrade price was. Talk about a winning situation. I hope the same holds true when the next iPhone comes out. I have the 32GB model. They say the bigger hard drive you have, the better the resale value is.i think it's worth a try but i would also recommend just trying to sell it on your own. people are still paying absurdly high prices for used iPhones on craigs and ebay.