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Sell your Apple iPhone 5 32GB
Released in September 2012, the iPhone 5 32GB proved to be popular with Apple lovers everywhere. Not only did it offer more storage for all your photos, music and other bits and pieces, but it also meant that it was a more sought after phone than some of the lower storage versions. This means that if you're looking to sell your iPhone 5 32GB today, then you'll get more cash than if you had the 16GB version, especially if you sell it now as, don't forget, phones go down in value all the time. The phone recyclers listed in our comparison chart are all on the look-out for this particular model of iPhone and, as you can see, they offer some pretty tasty prices for what is, after all, a three year old phone. Of course, we know that your iPhone's probably taken a few knocks in that time, but our recyclers are happy to buy damaged and even non-working phones, so it's worth getting in touch with them to see the deal they're offering.
This particular model is always in demand as it was the first iPhone to offer a 4 inch screen, while keeping the size relatively the same. It's just a little taller, but the same width. It also underwent a bit of a design change as the back is no longer made of glass. Of course, there's a rear 8-megapixel camera and front-facing 1.2 megapixel camera on the front, meaning that taking photos, videos and enjoying FaceTime are still as easy and pleasurable as they've always been. Furthermore, Apple added a faster processor, plus it's got twice as much RAM as its predecessor.
Like all Apple handsets, the iPhone 5 32GB was eagerly received by iPhone aficionados and is still being widely used today. This means that there's a constant demand for this particular model, which in turns means that the price paid for a second-hand iPhone 5 is more than other similar phones of the same era. So if you'd like to sell your iPhone 5 32GB, why not take a look at our comparison chart and see how much your used iPhone will bring? We're sure you'll be pleasantly surprised.