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By recycling your mobile phone you have helped safeguard our environment.
There is a variety of recycling companies for you to sell your iPhone 6 to, each with an offer of a different price for your phone. There are two different options for sending your phone to them: firstly, you can send your phone to them independently with your own packaging, or you can use the packaging that they send you and you can give your phone to them that way. The recycler will then carry out an assessment of your device which will determine how much money you will get for it. To get paid, you can opt for either a cheque, via PayPal or a bank transfer.
Looking at the iPhone 6 recycling price dynamics for the past 2 years, the iPhone 6 has been holding its value surprisingly well across all capacities, given the fact that it was released in 2014. iOS support for the iPhone 6 ended in September 2019 which means the model has turned obsolete and its value is dropping even further as the time goes.
Once iPhone 6 has stopped receiving software updates, our recyclers have started dropping their offer prices and an iPhone 6 is currently worth just below £50. Based on our knowledge and recycling price history, there's little time left before iPhone 6 models will reach their lowest recycling price.
Every recycling company has their own steps to recycle your phone, but what typically occurs is that your device will be refurbished. If your phone is truly beyond saving in terms of a makeover, then it will be sent to a recycling facility where the valuable parts of the phone will be taken out and resold.
Your phone might be a complete wreck, however, do not let this deter you from selling it on the domestic market. At the top of the page, select ‘broken’ to describe your phone. Your device could have all sorts of different problems, but some notable ones are signs of wear and tear, a broken screen, issues with charging your device and broken buttons. If your phone has water damage, make sure to have a look at your recycling company’s T&Cs, or contact them to find out what their rules on this are.