Apple iPhone XR, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

(5 customer reviews)


Last updated on 11th June 2024 8:06 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 XR, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

Product Dimensions

7 x 5 x 4 inches

Item Weight

0.4 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



iOS 12


64 GB

Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, NFC

Display technology


Other display features


Human Interface Input


Form Factor



Battery Power Rating


Whats in the box



Apple Computer

Date First Available

February 28, 2019

Memory Storage Capacity

64 GB

Standing screen display size

6.1 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

3 GB


0.4 Ounces

5 reviews for Apple iPhone XR, 64GB, Black – Unlocked (Renewed)

4.8 out of 5
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  1. W. Adams

    I really rely on these reviews to give me some insight into these products. This seller is legit the phone was in perfect condition. Worked easy to transfer from old phone. Battery Life is fantastic. I could not be more pleased. I don’t think I will ever buy a brand new iPhone.

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  2. Terri

    The phone I received was by all estimations brand new. Not a mark on it and fully charged. However, being new to the Apple World, I can honestly say Windows & Android are both in plain, simple, super easy to understand English. Apple is not. Even its keyboard is not a full Standard Keyboard, like it is with Windows & any Google machine. Android is Google, that’s why I say it that way. No getting around it. Just keeping it short & to the point. Apple’s iPhone keyboard takes extreme amount of effort to use because it is not the Standard keyboard of every other operating system. Thankfully, I was able to connect a Bluetooth keyboard to it. Otherwise, it’s a serious no-go for keyboard use.

    As for Apple’s iPhone Touchscreen, again, I find it sorely lacking. There’s no such thing as the simple pinch & zoom on it. That particular luxury seems to be found only within the Camera & Picture sections. You’d think it’d at least be within the iBook section but it’s not. On most everything Windows or Google, every app is not just touch & activate, but also affords the luxury of pinch & zoom as well as easy swipe & easy app close & dismiss. Can’t say that about the Apple iPhone.

    And for some unknown reason its WiFi also keeps turning itself on. I can’t seem to keep it off no matter how often I manually turn it off.

    For Apple being so USER-FRIENDLY, I cannot at all say that it is. In fact, IT IS ANYTHING BUT USER-FRIENDLY. If the Apple World was so user-friendly, then it would be a very simple and easy transition from the Windows or Google platform to Apple. And I can honestly say it is Not at all simple or easy. I was so hoping it would be as simple & easy as my Windows machine & Android phone, but sadly, it’s actually quite maddening.

    If you enjoy Kindle reads, you’ll need to install the app for it. But I can also tell you, Apple’s iBook seriously pales in comparison to Kindle. Ironically, the Google Search Engine is installed on Apple’s iPhone but Kindle is not. I avoid Google anything & everything as much as can be done. But for Apple to deny Amazon’s Kindle Apple on its phones, seems almost a crime.

    I have yet to install the Kindle reading app or to test out the camera on the iPhone. When I do I’ll update my review. But currently I can’t say it’s anything to brag about. And I most certainly did not expect to see Google’s Search Engine/Web Browser on it.

    Size wise, it’s the exact same size as my Sony Xperia Z3v. It still functions quite well. Not perfect, but well enough for me since I have it locked to call, text, Kindle reads & camera. I can easily read, pinch & zoom & highlight my Kindle reads, pictures & text messages on it. Can only do that with pictures on the iPhone. So for it being so great, I actually find it quite limiting. Not because it’s an iPhone, but because the Apple creators decided to create a platform that is quite complex and extremely arduous to use. Apple created its own “language” that must be learned in order to navigate the complexities of its Eco-system. Even now, trying to login to the Apple App Store, no keyboard appears so I can actually install Apps necessary for my personal use. Yet you’re required to sign in to it. How can you sign into the App Store when NO KEYBOARD APPEARS TO LET YOU?! So, even if I did not want to use the phone feature, but instead use it as a computer tablet, I cannot because it won’t let me login to the App Store. … Like I said, to anyone new to the Apple world, it’s quite a infuriatingly maddening conundrum. If Apple wants to gain new customers and retain them, then Apple needs to change how it operates. And if Apple is supposed to be the safest of all online platforms, then it should not sport Google’s web browser.

    The phone I received was/is like brand new. Operating it though, takes considerable patients as it is quite the learning curve. It should not be so difficult to transition from Windows, Android or Google to Apple. They all made sense to everybody from the moment they came out because they were in simple English and easily understood and simple to navigate because of it. Apple on the other hand, not by a long shot. Even Apple’s touchscreen capabilities sorely lacks in comparison. And that’s sad. You’d think their touchscreen capabilities would be at least on-par with Windows, Google & Android but it is not. You’d think Apple’s touchscreen capabilities might even be better than Windows, Android & Google, but no. Thus far I can find nothing to brag about regarding Apple anything. I was so hoping to find something better about Apple. Instead, I’m greatly disappointed and left seriously frustrated.

    The iPhone itself came fully charged and appears in brand new condition. It also came with an original Apple Charger.

    I give the seller a stellar 5 star rating, along with the iPhone I received.

    I give Apple itself a mediocre 3, even 2 star rating.

    So to anyone new to the Apple world, maybe an iPad would be easier to use. I started with a phone since I need both a new phone & a new computer and figured Apple would be a serious upgrade to Windows and for sure compared to Google’s Android. … Apple is not at all user-friendly to a first time user. Only Windows, Google & Android can actually claim user-friendly bragging rights, from day one for any first time user.

    Apparently I need either direct Apple support or YouTube’s Apple education in order to learn how to make the best use of this phone. I don’t fault the phone for anything. It’s an Apple thing. It’s very nearly like you gotta go to MIT to learn it. And that’s just not right.

    Will update as I learn how to navigate Apple’s world & extremely clunky Eco-system.

    1st Time Apple iPhone User Assessment. –
    Phone – good. – can’t give it high marks due to Apple itself.
    Apple – not worth all the money & certainly nothing to brag about.

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  3. Life saver and speed saver

    This came as a refurbished phone and I expected a few scratches but there were zero. It looks brand new. The only con is that the charger that is provided is really slow

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  4. Jennifer Miller

    I purchased this phone for my 9 year old daughter. Yes she’s younger but she had been begging for a phone and this one is much cheaper than buying brand new. It has held up very well, it was in exceptional condition when received looked brand new. It has not lagged or showed any issues, she only uses it on Internet, plays her games and talks to her friends on kids messenger. You can set up parental controls on it which I really liked. The battery holds up well, typically will last her 8-10 hours if she’s playing on it a lot or longer if not. The picture is very clear as well. If you’re looking for a cheaper iPhone for your kiddo this is one to go for!

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  5. Sara Trevino

    Everything was pretty much brand new the battery life was at 86% but over all it still keeps a good charge and is a good working phone. I got it for my 10 yr old and it’s been great.

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