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Refurbished Apple iPhone 5 T-Mobile Slate 32GB - Good Condition

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This product is currently back ordered. You can order it, but shipment may be delayed up to 2 weeks.

Shop Good Condition iPhone 5. Supporting a slim and stylish design, the iPhone 5 is lightweight and comfortable to carry around with you. Along with the features you expect from Apple, the powerful A6 chip brings fast phone performance and excellent graphics, and the retina display makes text and video easier to read and watch.
  • 4.0" display
  • 8 Megapixel camera
  • iOS 8
  • 802.11 b/g/n/ WiFi
  • non OEM Charger included

FAQs

Is it a new product?

No, the product is refurbished. ’‘’___?’?’_’‘’?_’‘’__’‘’_’‘’¾’‘’____

Is the product covered any warranty?

Yes, the product is covered under Apple 90 day warranty.

Does the iPhone 5 support iOS 10 or later?

Yes, the iPhone 5 is the oldest iPhone model that supports iOS 10 or later. The update, however, marked the end of the iPhone 4s, iPad 2/3 and original iPad mini.

I don't get LTE coverage where I live. Will the phone still work?

Yes. In such a case, the phone defaults down to a 3G connection, just like the way it goes back down to EDGE when there is no 3G available.

Will I be able to transfer an iPhone 5 between different carrier networks in the United States, like T-Mobile?

With the exception of Verizon, any iPhone 5 you buy from a carrier will be locked to its specific network, which makes interoperability a no go. But even unlocked phones aren't always transferable between carriers. Though both, Verizon and Sprint iPhone 5 use the same CDMA bands, transferring a phone between them is a tedious process, if you can do it all. Not only do you have to unlock the phone, but the other carrier would also have to agree to activate it on its network.

Can I use the Verizon or Sprint iPhone 5 on T-Mobile's network?

Well, the answer is yes. The Verizon iPhone 5 is confirmed to be unlocked and compatible with the GSM networks such as T- mobile and AT&T. However, the only drawback is speed and the LTE compatibility is limited on the iPhone 5 to the frequencies compatible with Verizon and Sprint only. Using data on the T-Mobile or AT&T networks with the Verizon iPhone 5 is possible, but shall result in slower downloading speeds.

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