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Sell your iPhone

You can sell your Unwanted iPhone today for a Great offer. Get up to $580 for your old iPhone

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The Process

1. Get a Quote

Print off your label now or in your account

2. Ship your item

Package your item securely, or wait for your box to arrive

3. Get paid

Spend the Money on New tech!!

Quick with your payment

We assess your items on arrival and aim to make payment after 48hrs. You have the choice of payment via a bank transfer or by using PayPal.

Safe and secure payment

At Macback.us we utilize expert security protocols that protect you and your money throughout the process. Safe, quick and secure.

100% Data safety Guarantee

Macback.us is part of ILS group which specializes in data security and handling redundant electronics from high security industry sectors. We will erase all data from your item to the standard of the data protection legislation.

Trusted Reseller

Our goal, first and foremost, is customer satisfaction. Should you not be 100% happy with our service, we will return your item free-of-charge via next day courier.
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How to sell an iPhone

Selling your iPhone using our service is as easy as 1-2-3:

  • To see the price for your iPhone you need to complete a Quote
  • You specify the time and we collect your device straight from your preferred location
  • The payment for your device is made to you via bank transfer or PayPal

Top selling iPhones

We trade-in different iPhones on a daily basis. Below is a list of the most popular ones (with their trade-in prices).

iPhone 5s 64GB
Network Unlocked/GRADE A.
Trade-in price: $ 57.50

iPhone 6+ 16GB
Network Unlocked/GRADE A.
Trade-in price: $ 161.50

iPhone 6S+ 128GB
Network Unlocked/GRADE A.
Trade-in price: $ 270.50

You can sell your iPhone for up to $380. Quote now

A History of the iPhone

The iPhone is a line of smartphones from Apple which was first released in 2007. Since the iPhone was originally released, Apple has come out with several generations, each better than the last, adding more features and making iPhone users excited to get their hands on the newest offering from Apple.

The first iPhone from Apple, now called the first generation, was marketed as being “only the beginning,” and that’s definitely been the case. This phone had an aluminum casing with plastic buttons. The iPhone first generation is now thought of as obsolete or vintage, since Apple no longer provides software updates.

  • In production starting in 2007
  • 5” multi-touch
  • Memory options: 128 MB
  • Hard drive options: 4, 8, or 16 GB

With the introduction of the second design in 2008, there were some new features added including GPS and 3G data. The phone’s color options were either white or black in a plastic, polycarbonate casing. Because the phone had tapered edges, it provided better grip. The buttons were changed from plastic of the first generation to metal in the second.

  • In production starting in 2008 and ending in 2010
  • 5” multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 128 MB
  • Hard drive 8 or 16 GB

In summer of 2009, Apple released the 3GS. This 3rd generation iPhone was touted as being the “fastest smartphone yet”. Most of the changes from the second generation to the third generation had to do with the speed, as the 3GS was 2x faster than the 2nd generation iPhone. It also featured a 3-megapixel camera with a multi-touch display.

  • In production from June 2009 to September 2012
  • 5” multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 128 MB
  • Hard drive: 16 or 32 GB

The iPhone 4 came out in 2010. Its major feature was the high-resolution Retina display. The iPhone 4 also introduced the system-on-chip with the iOS 4, allowing the iPhone to multitask well. There was a front-facing VGA camera as well as a 5 Megapixel rear facing camera.

The iPhone 4S was released in 2011 and brought several technical developments over the previous models. It introduced Siri, an automated voice control system and replaced the camera with an 8 Megapixel rear facing camera and a re-positioned antennae which improved cellular signal reception.

  • Production began in 2010 and lasted until 2013
  • 5” multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 512 MB
  • Storage options from 16 to 32 GB

The iPhone 5 was released in 2012. There were some big design changes with this phone starting with its aluminum body. The screen is much larger also with an almost 9:16 aspect ratio. This phone features an 8MP camera, the ability to act as a ‘hotspot’, and Siri.

The iPhone 5S was released in 2013. It came with improved hardware over the iPhone 5 and a new 64-bit processor. The iPhone 5S came with three possible color options: space grey (replacing the previous black of the iPhone 5), white with silver trim and white with gold trim.

The iPhone 5c was released in 2013 as a variant of the iPhone 5 and was released with several color options: black, white, green, blue and pink. The iPhone 5c is also considerably thicker than the iPhone 5 and 5S and weighs 20 grams more than the iPhone 5.

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More information for iPhone 5S.

  • Original released from 2012
  • 4” multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 1 GB
  • Storage options from 16 to 64 GB (iPhone 5c offered an 8 GB)

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus was released in September 2014 and features a processor that is even faster than previous iPhones. The camera was upgraded as well as including better Wi-Fi connectivity. The camera can shoot up to 1080p and has phase detection auto-focus.

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  • Released in 2014
  • 4.7″ or 5.5” multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 1 GB
  • Storage options from 16 to 128 GB

The iPhone 6S and 6S Plus was released in 2015 and improved the design of the phone chassis to combat the issues with damage through bending the phone. It also has a 12 Megapixel camera and a new hardware function called “3D Touch”.

More information for iPhone 6S.
More information for iPhone 6S Plus.

  • Released in 2015
  • 4.7″ or 5.5” multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 1 GB
  • Storage options from 16 to 128 GB

The iPhone SE was released in 2016 to replace the iPhone 5 generation. It reverted to the smaller screen size and aesthetic of the iPhone 5S, but carried selected improvement to the hardware used in the iPhone 6S.

More information for iPhone SE.

  • Released in 2016
  • 4″ multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 1 GB
  • Storage options from 16 to 64 GB

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7S, released in 2016, are the latest generation of iPhone. They replaced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S as the flagship smartphones from Apple. The design of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7S are similar to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S but included additional hardware and software features including additional water and dust resistance, static home key function, the removal of the headphone jack and improved system and graphics performance.

More information for iPhone 7.
More information for iPhone 7 Plus.

  • Released in 2016
  • 4.7″ and 5.5″ multi-touch
  • Memory options start at 1 GB
  • Storage options from 32 to 256 GB

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