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Apple iPhone SE 2nd Generation, US Version, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

(5 customer reviews)

Original price was: $156.86.Current price is: $144.00.

Last updated on 11th June 2024 8:13 pm
  • This phone is unlocked and compatible with any carrier of choice on GSM and CDMA networks (e.g. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US Cellular, Cricket, Metro, Tracfone, Mint Mobile, etc.).
  • Tested for battery health and guaranteed to have a minimum battery capacity of 80%.
  • Successfully passed a full diagnostic test which ensures like-new functionality and removal of any prior-user personal information.
  • The device does not come with headphones or a SIM card. It does include a generic (Mfi certified) charger and charging cable.
  • Inspected and guaranteed to have minimal cosmetic damage, which is not noticeable when the device is held at arm’s length.

Specification: Apple iPhone SE 2nd Generation, US Version, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

Product Dimensions

7 x 5 x 4 inches

Item Weight

10.9 ounces

Item model number

A2275

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

OS

iOS 16

RAM

4 GB

Wireless communication technologies

Cellular

Connectivity technologies

Wi-Fi

GPS

True

Special features

Built-In GPS

Other display features

Wireless

Human Interface Input

Touchscreen

Other camera features

12MP Wide camera

Form Factor

Slate

Color

Battery Power Rating

3600 Amp Hours

Whats in the box

Adapter, USB Cable

Manufacturer

Apple Computer

Date First Available

May 14, 2020

Memory Storage Capacity

64 GB

Standing screen display size

4.7 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

3 GB

Weight

10.9 Ounces

5 reviews for Apple iPhone SE 2nd Generation, US Version, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

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  1. Luke

    the SE2 still works perfectly fine for everyday tasks. No stutters or glitches. I don’t play games on my phone, but I’ve never had an issue with calls, texts, navigation, listening to music, or watching videos. The screen is obviously small, but that is a plus in my book. It can be annoying to navigate web pages or watch videos because of the size, but again that is part of the reason I bought it so I don’t want to use it as much.

    The exterior of the phone is almost like new. There is a very fine scratch on the screen that I only notice when holding the phone up to a light. Never notice it in daily use.

    The only bad thing is the battery life. I average about 3 hours a day of screen on time, and I usually end the day with 10% or less if I don’t charge during the day. Again, that isn’t a terrible thing in my case since I got this specifically to use less than my other phones, but could be inconvenient when traveling or other long days.

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  2. GerryP

    I’ve been using it three weeks now. Cosmetically, not a scratch or ding anywhere on the body or the screen. The battery life was 89%, which is well above the minimum. It powered up fine and went into the new screen. I did the phone-to-phone transfer and everything transferred over just fine. You will have to reload all your apps. While they did transfer over, they didn’t know who I was. The first thing I did was to check in setting to see if the phone was fully unlocked, and it was. I put in my sim card and everything worked just fine. Nothing hinky, nothing jiggy, nothing strange. A completely transparent, seamless upgrade to a pretty good phone.

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  3. Lemon

    This is the best phone I’ve ever owned, in my opinion. I’m passionate about smartphones, and I’ve loved previous high end Androids. This has a few key advantages over those devices.

    Simplicity. I used to compile my own Gentoo. I understand the value of FOSS. Still, I’ve come to decide that a personal communicator/ data assistant needs to be usable above all else. iOS is feature-complete, thoughtfully efficient, and free of redundancy beyond Android. The toddler’s interface i used on the iPod touch has matured into what it was meant to be

    Reliability. I’ve never had big problems with Android, but it can hiccup. On every phone I’ve used over more than a decade, I’ve occasionally experienced minor crashes, GPS gremlins, battery drains, cooling anomalies, and inscrutable major app discontinuations. In nearly a year of use, this old midrange iPhone has been utterly rock solid and i am confident Apple will not yank the rug out from under any of its core utilities. I do not manage the RAM on this phone or track battery usage. It’s just normal at all times.

    Durability. I do not use phone cases. The concept is a bit bizarre to me from a design standpoint. It’s not ideal, but i just try to be very careful with my phone. I’m good enough at it that, since smartphones emerged, it has been overall worth it for me despite eventually breaking two phones in that period. Still, I’m aging and I’ve dropped it. It’s clear that this phone is comprehensively designed; the materials and structure are unbelievably resistant to impact on hard surfaces. The damage to my phone is entirely cosmetic to the aluminum frame, and frankly makes me smile that it worked as intended in the face of adversity.

    Performance. My last phone had significantly more raw computing power than this phone. Still, this phone has a smoother UI and, in my opinion, marks a significant point of diminishing returns in mobile processing power. Clearly, little of the hardware is wasted. It is well balanced.

    Criticisms include: the ability to edit large blocks of text in iMessage has degraded since the last update. Moving the cursor has become more difficult. Battery life is mediocre. I can confidently get a day of normal use or a few hours of streaming video, and i have to charge it every night. My refurbished phone arrived with a gouge in the screen which i consider barely acceptable.

    The experience is great. I’ve lost interest in cracking software and customizing each UI element with unlimited freedom in favor of a workflow that aligns with my long-term goals. In that regard this phone excels. Lovely bit of hardware and software.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    I previously purchased from Amazon Renewed an iPhone 5s, and was satisfied with it considering the price was barely over one hundred dollars. That phone, however, was originally released in 2013, and at 8 years old it was getting hard to justify its continued use.

    So when the new iPhone SE (2020) was released I was really tempted to get it, but the pandemic had basically stopped any purchasing of anything for me at the time. Now in September of 2021, with the battery in my old phone failing, it was time to do something.

    I decided to check out what Amazon might have in their “renewed” products and was surprised to find that they now have “Renewed Premium”, which offers a year’s satisfaction guarantee. That meant, in my mind, I could send this thing back if it wasn’t good or turned out to be a lemon, so I sprung for it.

    First of all, this one came in a nice box, oversized, and obviously sturdy enough to protect everything inside. It comes with an information packet describing what “premium” means, along with a quick start guide. The inclusion of a standard wall charger was nice, but I have a number of chargers already, not to mention my iPad Pro charger. I’ll get back to that in a minute.

    Another thing that was nice to have included was a tool for removing the SIM card tray. Nice, but it turns out that with the new iPhone SE you can use eSIM! More on that as well in a minute.

    Now first of all… This phone looks gorgeous. The red color and the black front make for an awesome combination. All surfaces are smooth as if it was a brand new phone. Turning it on shows the screen is working perfectly, with even back lighting all across to each corner.

    The first thing I checked was the “battery health”. Amazon promises that with their renewed premium phones the battery would at least be at ninety percent of capacity, so I immediately checked.

    Ninety-eight percent! Eight percent better than what they promised. Not bad at all!

    So it turns out that this phone supports fast charging. So that means my phone gets charged on the desk where my iPad Pro sits, because the charger for that is a high capacity charger. The iPhone SE charges up easily in a little over an hour, which means no need to plug it in over night. In fact, I plug it in before bed, but it’s plugged into an outlet controlled by Alexa and that wont come on till in the morning. The phone charges up to capacity before I go to work!

    Now for setting up the service, the iPhone SE (2020) supports eSIM, which means getting set up with Mint Mobile (or any service that supports eSIM) was as easy as… Well, I went to Mint Mobile’s website, checked my location, checked phone compatibility, chose my service plan, then chose eSIM at check out. A few minutes later a QR code appeared on the screen of my computer that I scanned with the iPhone SE, and a few seconds later I had 4G/LTE and everything ready to go.

    eSIM is the way to go. It is, just trust me on that.

    After about a week of using the phone, on some days like I normally do and on other day literally trying to cause it run dry of battery or trying to get it to malfunction, this little phone is holding up way better than I could have anticipated. I believe I can safely say my iPhone 5s can be retired for good.

    By the way. Get a cover. This phone has a glass back, which means it can be charged wirelessly, but it also means you can break it easily. I got a simple transparent back cover with a raised bezel around the edges. It cost about 9 dollars, came in the same day as the phone.

    I would recommend this phone and the Amazon Renewed Premium program. Yes the cost of the phone was more than it would have been with renewed only, but being able to return the phone for up to a year is worth it.

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  5. Amazon Customer

    The phone is good and has no visible scratches and works well.
    However, the battery drains fast. I put it up for a full charge and it gave me ten hours before it drained . The phone heats up

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    Apple iPhone SE 2nd Generation, US Version, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)
    Apple iPhone SE 2nd Generation, US Version, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

    Original price was: $156.86.Current price is: $144.00.

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