Woot is running a massive one-day sale on refurbished iPhone 8 and 8 Plus units

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Apple probably never expected the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus to remain so popular for so long, given their outdated designs, unimpressive LCD panels (at least compared to the OLED screens of the iPhone X, XS, and XS Max), as well as their lack of modern Face ID technology.

Then again, while the iPhone XR was seemingly not deemed affordable enough by as many people as initially anticipated, it’s hard to argue with the $599 starting price of a brand-new iPhone 8 nowadays.
Buying the “bezelicious” 2017 handsets in refurbished condition can be a great way to save a little extra money, …

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