If you want to sell your iPhone 6S, take a look at our many different recyclers. Each of these recyclers offer different prices for your phone, which is a factor that you might want to think about when deciding which recycler to go for. There are two different options for selling your device to a recycler, the first is to pack your phone independently and send it to them, and the second is to send your device to the recycler using the package that they will send you. The recycler will carry out an assessment of the condition of your device which determines how much you will get paid for it. You can get paid either via PayPal, cheque or a bank transfer.
It is usually advisable to sell your device sooner rather than later to get the best price for it, as smartphones’ value tends to decrease as time goes on. However, there are certain peaks during the year that will give you a slightly higher price for your device. These times are during the lead up to a new Apple product launch (typically in September) and a couple of months prior to Christmas.
The iPhone 6S was released in 2015 with a selection of four different capacities: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. The capacity is what will determine how much you will get paid for your device, as well as the condition of your phone. If your iPhone 6S has been well looked after and has minimal damage, then you should be able to get a good price for it.
Every company has different steps in place to recycle your iPhone 6S, but usually it will involve refurbishing your device. Some devices are beyond getting fixed, in which case they will get sent to a recycling facility where the valuable parts of the phone will be taken out and resold.
Your device might be a complete wreck, but this should not cause too much of an issue as it can still get resold and turned into a useable second-hand device. At the top of the page, select ‘broken’ to describe your phone. Some common problems with smartphones include buttons not working, a broken screen, the handset not charging properly and general wear and tear. If your phone has been subjected to water damage, then make sure that you contact your recycling company directly or check their T&Cs to view their policies on this.