Get £160 off an Apple iPhone 13 Pro in last-chance Cyber Monday sale on eBay

Despite being barely a year old, the powerful iPhone 13 Pro was sadly swept aside this September with the launch of the latest iPhone 14.

However, just because it's not the latest model doesn't mean it's not worth buying.

If you've been after a top-of-the-range iPhone for a while, the 13 Pro is still a fantastic option and even has many of the same hardware features as the new iPhone 14.

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With this year's Black Friday sales drawing to a close, Cyber Monday is one of your last chances to nab a cheap Apple gadget.

One eBay retailer is currently selling a refurbished iPhone 13 Pro with a £159.01 discount, meaning you can get your hands on one of the most powerful smartphones on the market for £789.99 down from £949. Get the deal here

It comes with a free 12 months warranty, as well as a USB cable and fast 48 hour delivery. You can also customise the storage capacity, which means you could get a 1TB model for £989.99 (down from the usual £1449, a saving of £459).

Apple products are rarely discounted, particularly iPhones, so this is a very time-limited opportunity.

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The Apple iPhone 13 Pro was first launched in September 2021 at a retail price of £949. It boasts the powerful A15 Bionic chip, a 12MP camera system with three lenses, and a stunning OLED Super Retina XDR display.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 was released this September, with the Pro and Max models ditching the controversial screen 'notch' design in favour of something called Dynamic Island.

This turns the area around the camera punchhole into an animated taskbar for notifications.


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