Sell your iPhone 12 now
Are you wondering if it’s too early to sell my iPhone 12? Not at all! Even though the device was recently released, the next-generation iPhone 13 is now available. So, if you like to have the latest, most powerful iPhone you can sell your iPhone 12 here at the Big Phone Store!
We pay some of the best prices for a used iPhone 12, so you can use this money to go towards upgrading to the iPhone 13. Plus, you can even sell your iPhone 12 at The Big Phone Store if it’s broken!
Can I sell an iPhone 12 even if it’s broken?
Yes, you can sell a broken iPhone 12 here at the Big Phone Store. We are happy to take devices of any condition, offering competitive prices even when you sell a broken or damaged iPhone 12.
The only condition we can’t accept it in is if the phone is crushed or in several pieces.
We do our best to repair and refurbish any iPhone 12 trade-ins, those that can’t be repaired are recycled for parts. This means if you sell an iPhone 12 to us, you’re not just getting good money but are also helping to reduce the negative impact of e-waste on the environment.
How much can I sell my iPhone 12 for?
Here at The Big Phone Store, we offer some of the best prices for a used iPhone 12. Our team are constantly checking the market prices for these devices, ensuring anyone that wants to sell an iPhone 12 gets the best value.
We use a simple grading system to determine the value of your iPhone 12. This includes:
Condition: When you sell an iPhone 12 at our store, the condition of the device determines the quote you receive. We have four conditions – New, Good, Poor, and Broken (See above and in our T&Cs). As you can imagine, the better the phone’s condition, the more money we offer for it!
Storage: We accept all storage capacities for an iPhone 12 including 64GB with 128GB and 256GB.
Network: We pay more for an unlocked iPhone 12, so be sure to contact your network provider if it's not unlocked. This is a good idea as you’ll get more money when you sell your iPhone 12 with us! Note that only your network provider can unlock your device – Apple can’t do this.