The iPhone 7 Plus was Apple's 2016 offering from its range of plus-sized 'phablet' phones, which feature nice large 5.5-inch displays. The 7 Plus was the third in the line, following the iPhone 6 Plus and 6s Plus, but it was the first to be water-resistant. And, along with the regular-sized iPhone 7, it was the first to drop the 3.5mm headphone jack.
At the time, it was one of the best phablet smartphones around, powered by quad-core processors and 3GB of RAM, and featuring a new dual-lens camera on the back.
Today, however, it doesn't quite stand the test of time. Apple's more recent big-screened phones pack better tech, with higher resolution displays, faster performance, and more features. Here's how to sell your old iPhone 7 Plus so you can move on to something better.
How to sell your iPhone 7 Plus
It's easy - just use our mobile recycling comparison table. Compare trade-in quotes on your iPhone 7 Plus from the top UK recyclers we work with to find the best one for you. Quotes are ordered by price, but you can also see each company's available payment methods, returns policy, and rating.
Take a look at what you can get, choose an offer you like, and click through to enter your details and get a postage pack.
Then simply use the pack to mail your phone to the recycler, and they'll send your payment out once they receive it.
Can I sell a broken, damaged, or faulty iPhone 7 Plus?
Yes, plenty of mobile recyclers buy broken smartphones, and for some of them that includes the iPhone 7 Plus. To check out the available offers right now, select 'broken' from the condition menu on the comparison grid.
Recyclers usually don't offer as much cash as they do for fully working phones, but you can still get something for a broken iPhone 7 Plus - including handsets that have cracked screens, damaged camera lenses, or big dents and scratches.
Bear in mind that sometimes recyclers revise their initial quote once they receive your phone and check it over, especially if there's damage. But don't worry - you can always cancel your order and have your phone returned if you don't like the new quote, sometimes for free.
Can I sell a water damaged iPhone 7 Plus?
Some recyclers do buy water damaged iPhones, though not always. This all depends on the company and exactly how damaged your phone is.
If it otherwise powers up and works fine, there's a good chance you can sell it despite the liquid ingress - though it will count as broken. If it doesn't even switch on, however, you may not be able to get any cash for it at all.
Check with the recycler if you're not sure what their policy is on water damaged phones.
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