New iPhones come at a premium. An entry level iPhone starts at $399 and a fully loaded flagship can be well over $1000. If that's simply beyond your budget, though, you have another option: a used iPhone.
Whether you buy from a certified reseller or directly from the original owner, a used iPhone can save you some considerable cash. Since iPhones support a wide-range of cellular bands, you can likely find one that'll work on your carrier—especially if you get it unlocked. And because Apple supports a long list of devices, there's a really good chance you'll keep getting security and other updates for months or years to come.
If you're interested in a used iPhone, here's everything you need to know!
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