More than a decade after its initial release, the Apple iPhone continues to stir strong emotions in many people. Some can’t live without these famous smartphones, while others would be happy to see them disappear forever. Wherever you sit on that spectrum, however, there’s no denying that the iPhone remains the single most popular mobile device in the world (even if Android still enjoys a larger global market share) and that’s not likely to change any time soon.
Other Apple devices like the iPad, MacBook, and Apple Watch — as iconic as they may be in their own right — haven’t done a fraction of what the iPhone has in securing Apple’s place in the public mind. The iPhone doesn’t typically come cheap, though; these iOS flagship phones tend to be among the most expensive that money can buy, but if you’re not a big fan of Android, then the iPhone is really the only game in town.
But if you’re in the market for a new iPhone and are looking to save some money, then you might just be in luck. Here, we’ve sorted through major online retailers and carriers to bring you this up-to-date list of the best Apple iPhone deals currently available along with a short breakdown of all the different models you can buy right now.
Today’s best iPhone deals
- Apple Store Refurbished iPhones (Various Models) — Up to $350 off
- Apple iPhone SE (Pre-Order, Sprint) — $90 with Flex lease, was $300
- Apple iPhone 6s 32GB (AT&T Prepaid) — $100, was $150
- Apple iPhone 11 64GB (Sprint) — $270 with activation, was $600
- Apple iPhone XR 64GB (Refurbished, Unlocked) — $420, was $599
- Apple iPhone X 64GB (Apple Store Refurbished) — $599, was $899
- Apple iPhone XS 64GB (Refurbished, Unlocked) — $620, was $1,000
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