If you’re a fan of Apple and are looking to upgrade your phone, now might be a great time as Amazon slashes the price of its iPhone 7 and Plus by over £200.
The popular phone, which is now selling for £559.00 was a game changer for Apple when it was first released a couple of years ago and is one their most popular phones to date.
You can now get your hands on one from just £559 for the huge 128 GB version and what’s more, if you go for the smaller 32 GB version you could walk away with a brand new Apple iPhone 7 for just under £400.
The phone comes packed with features including a 4.7 inches Retina display, is water and dust resistant and has an incredible camera capable of capturing stunning 4K video and vivid, beautiful images and has a massive 128 GBs worth of storage and if you’re a Prime member you can get it delivered to your home tomorrow.
It comes in five classic colours: black, matt black, gold, rose gold and silver.
But Amazon hasn’t just slashed the prices of it’s iPhone 7, you can get your hands on the brand new iPhone X, the one with the now famous “notch” in its screen for just £779 – saving you an amazing £220 – a whopping 22% saving.
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