Deals: Woot's Latest Refurb Sales Include iPhone SE From $90 and 11-Inch iPad Pro From $650

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Woot has a few deals on refurbished Apple products today, including the previous-generation iPhone SE and the 11-inch iPad Pro from 2018. As with all Woot products, these devices are expected to include a moderate level of wear and tear, but are tested to be in full working condition.

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To start, you can get the 16GB iPhone SE for $89.99, the 32GB model for $99.99, and the 64GB model for $109.99. Woot is also including a screen protector and iPhone case with the iPhone SE, and you'll also earn a 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty upon purchase of the smartphone.

For the iPad Pro, Woot has the 64GB Wi-Fi model priced at $649.99, down from $799.00. Other models on sale include the 256GB Wi-Fi iPad Pro at $749.99; the 512GB model at $829.99; and the 1TB model at $949.99. Like the iPhone SE, the iPad Pro comes with a 90 Day Woot Warranty, and you'll get free shipping if you're an Amazon Prime member.

Keep up with all of this week's best discounts on Apple products and related accessories in our dedicated Apple Deals roundup.

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14 weeks ago


What sort of condition do these Woot refurb Apple products tend to be? As good as refurbs from Apple's store, or something less than that? A $150 savings for a used, older, lower-spec'd model doesn't look like much of a deal, and if the condition and battery are less than perfect, it's not very appealing at all. And if you "qualify" for Apple's student discount, that brand-new 2020 model w/128GB is only $749.

I ordered a “refurbished” iPhone 6S from one of these Woot promotions MacRumors offered a couple months ago, and the phone has a couple of dents and scratches. One of the two screws at the bottom of the phone (by the Lightning port) was missing, and the battery capacity was 72%, despite the promised 85% minimum capacity.

Silver lining was that it was $90, and Apple is giving me $60 to trade it in for an SE2, so $30 for the amount I used it in two months (I really needed to upgrade my work phone from a flip phone, especially now that I’m working from home and communicating more via text) was kind of worth it.

Nevertheless, I’m never ordering from Woot again, and I really wish MacRumors would stop advertising these.
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14 weeks ago
It didn't take long for the 64 gb model to sell out....
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14 weeks ago


Even with the discount, I guess I’d choose the 2020 model because of the 6GB of RAM and 128GB of base storage, if I had to buy an iPad Pro today.

Without question, a $150 discount isn't worth it for a used, 64 gb Pro with less ram.
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14 weeks ago


People will be fine. There's an obvious difference between iPhone SE (2016) and iPhone SE (2020) just by looking at it.

Agreed that there is an obvious difference looking at the two phones.

The confusion comes in discussions.
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Agreed that there is an obvious difference looking at the two phones.

The confusion comes in discussions.

...and when someone goes to buy a case online that claims to fit the iPhone SE.
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14 weeks ago
Even with the discount, I guess I’d choose the 2020 model because of the 6GB of RAM and 128GB of base storage, if I had to buy an iPad Pro today.
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