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Apple iPhone 8, US Version

(59 customer reviews)

139,27 $

Apple iPhone 8, US Version, 64GB, Space Gray – Unlocked (Renewed) Cell Phones & Accessories

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About this item

Apple iPhone 8

  • This phone is unlocked and compatible with any carrier of choice on GSM and CDMA networks (e.g. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, US Cellular, Cricket, Metro, Tracfone, Mint Mobile, etc.).
  • Please check with your carrier to verify compatibility.
  • When you receive the phone, insert a SIM card from a compatible carrier. Then, turn it on, connect to Wi-Fi, and follow the on screen prompts to activate service.
  • The device does not come with headphones or a SIM card. It does include a generic (Mfi certified) charger and charging cable.
  • Tested for battery health and guaranteed to have a minimum battery capacity of 80%.
  • The iPhone 8 is the first smartphone by Apple made exclusively of durable glass front and back, engineered to endure dust and water splash.

    It is powered by the 64-bit “Apple A11 Bionic” processor and has two internal storages available: 64 GB or 256 GB of flash storage.

Product Dimensions

5.45 x 2.65 x 0.29 inches

Battery Power Rating


Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Wireless communication technologies


Display technology


Other display features


Scanner Resolution

1920 x 1080

Other camera features


Form Factor



Space Gray

Item Weight

5.2 ounces


Apple Computer

Whats in the box

SIM Tray Ejector

Memory Storage Capacity

64 GB

Standing screen display size

4.7 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

2 GB


5.22 Ounces



Model Name

IPhone 8

Wireless Carrier


Operating System


Cellular Technology


Screen Size

4.7 Inches

Wireless network technology


59 reviews for Apple iPhone 8, US Version

Based on 59 reviews
1-5 of 59 reviews
  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    I like it

    The only problem I have is the Bluetooth will not connect its a great phone

    One person found this helpful

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great phone

    My son loves his updated phone

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Can’t tell it from a new one!

    Even though I purchased a renewed phone, I can’t tell it from a new one and am very impressed with quality. I didn’t rate the fingerprint reader or the face recognition because I haven’t (and probably won’t) use those features. The battery life is sufficient for my activities, so it gets a 5-star rating. I don’t play games or watch videos on it so far (since I’m an old geezer, lol!), but I do have a few, favorite apps I access from time to time. If you’re not really tech savvy (like me) and can’t figure out how to close the apps, just google the question and you’ll find the answer. Closing the apps saves the battery, naturally. (I read where some were complaining about the battery life and, if they’re not closing the apps, this may be the culprit.)I had an old Android before and would never go back since purchasing an iPhone. I’ve read the iPhone is much more intuitive to use. Now, I have demonstrated such to myself.The camera is quite an improvement over the one in my Android. (The Android couldn’t flip the view in order to take a selfie for one thing.) I’ve taken some really beautiful, true-to-color (imo) photos with the iPhone 8–comparable to my expensive (for me) Canon Rebel AND I don’t have to change lenses for closeups, lol! Phone camera seems to take care of shake automatically, too. I’m still learning all the features of the phone (not just the camera) and will get more proficient over time.I really, really, love my “new” phone and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend seller or purchase from them again. This is the first time I’ve purchased a used phone and was a little worried about purchasing a used/renewed phone, especially over the internet. I had absolutely no problem activating it (cell provider even gave me a free SIM card) and no malfunctions for the two weeks (now) that I’ve been using the phone. The only thing I would recommend to some reviewers/buyers (who say their phone won’t charge) is the plug will fit into the phone either way. I found out it will only charge one way, however. So, I marked that side of the plug with a dot of magic marker and have had no problem since. (The plug in my old phone would only fit one way, so I couldn’t screw up, lol!) Also, there’s a way to put the battery indicator (life percent and charging indicator) on the front of your phone (at the upper right corner). Just google how to do this, too. Easy-peazy! That way, you always know if the phone is charging (by the lightning bolt on the battery symbol) and the percentage of charge. (I think my old Android had this feature on the front as a default. I had to direct the iPhone to do this. That’s not a complaint. There may be others reading this who may not know they have to do this, either, if they want it on their front screen.)

    One person found this helpful

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars



  5. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The “Renewed Premium” iPhone 8 is a great buy!

    When the charging port on my old iPhone SE (first generation) went bad, I needed a replacement. But what? Any new phone from Apple costs a small fortune. Yet buying a used or “renewed” phone from third-party suppliers is always a gamble.So with considerable trepidation, I searched Amazon for “renewed” options. I knew that third-party sellers’ “renewed” phones came with an Amazon-backed 90-day guarantee. But then I discovered Amazon’s “Renewed Premium” products. That’s where hired techies put the product through rigorous restoration and (in the case of the iPhones) 20-point testing, after which Amazon offers a full year’s guarantee, for any reason. That generous guarantee, and the fact that Amazon would ship the product directly, reassured me: I decided to buy only a phone covered by that “Renewed Premium” warranty.In choosing, I wanted a step up from the first-generation SE and the dated iPhone 7. I also wanted one whose battery could be recharged via a wireless charger, rather than those plug-in ports, which can wear out (it’s happened to me twice).I settled on the iPhone 8 — the silver model, 64 gb, fully unlocked for all carriers, and of course with the Renewed Premium guarantee. Its product page promised me “a like-new experience.” I figured that was probably a bit of an exaggeration — that any used/renewed phone must have SOME deficiency, if only minor cosmetic damage or a less-than-100% battery.Well, I’m thrilled to report that by “like new,” Amazon delivered me a renewed iPhone 8 that looks and functions as if it had just come fresh off Apple’s manufacturing assembly line. I mean a gorgeous, pristine-looking phone with ZERO defects, scratches, or cosmetic blemishes on its screen, edges, or back. After swapping the SIM card from my old iPhone SE, the iPhone 8 powered right up, and — as far as I can tell after several days of use — it functions perfectly in every respect. Furthermore, even though Amazon only promises that the phone battery will charge to at least 90%, mine charges fully, to 100%. In short, it’s a phone indistinguishable from a brand-new one — but at a far-more-affordable price of just a few bucks over $300.Let me add that the phone wasn’t casually swathed in bubble wrap and dumped into a cardboard shipping box, either. Instead, it came packaged in a sturdy “Amazon Renewed” box — one that was custom-designed to hold that model iPhone, its charging cable, its wall plug, and a SIM tray opening tool. Each item was individually wrapped in plastic and fit inside its own designated slot in the box. This extra care in secure, well-designed packaging was much more than I expected.I’ve experienced many good transactions for a lot of great products on Amazon. However, this iPhone 8 purchase may be my best experience yet. (Okay, except perhaps for the purchase of my own thriller novels, published via Kindle Direct Publishing — but hey, I’m biased). I eagerly recommend this particular model of the excellent iPhone 8, purchased under the “Renewed Premium” option. With that guarantee, there’s absolutely no downside risk, and I think you can confidently expect to enjoy a truly “like-new” phone.–Robert Bidinotto, author, The Dylan Hunter Thrillers Series

    9 people found this helpful

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