Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max, 256GB, Space Grey (Renewed)
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Note: Our refurbished grades - Pristine, Very Good and Good - are solely based on the cosmetic condition of the phone. Home Retail Group Card Services Limited is registered in England (04007072) at 33 Holborn, London, United Kingdom, EC1N 2HT. James Green Ltd, trading as The iOutlet, is an appointed representative of Product Partnerships Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Face ID, the most secure facial authentication in a smartphone, gets up to 30 percent faster and easier to use with improved performance at varying distances and support for more angles.
The new Apple-designed U1 chip uses Ultra Wideband technology, the first ever in a smartphone, for spatial awareness. Use in water is up to the user and no liability will be taken for us should any water damage occur during its use in a liquid. The difference between a A Grade phone and a new phone is usually the lack of the original box and/or accessories. With a wider field of view and large focal plane, the Ultra Wide camera is great for shooting action videos. That’s why SmartCellular is committed to reduce the negative impact on our planet by giving you Extra Cash for every unwanted phone you recycle with us.
iPhone 11 Pro lets you capture videos that are beautifully true to life, with greater detail and smoother motion. The triple-camera system takes Portrait mode to a new level with the ability to choose Wide and Telephoto framing, enabling Portrait mode with a wider field of view, great for taking portraits of multiple people.
Normal selfies are taken care of with the Portrait Lighting feature – helping you to get even more Up Arrows or Likes.We do not cover business interruption also known as time loss, consequential loss and loss of profits due to a device fault or a claim on your guarantee . We can provide a wide selection of devices whether it's for personal or business use, we've got a refurbished device for you! In fact, at the beginning of 2023, we hit a milestone for preventing 1 million tons of carbon emission (CO2e) from entering the atmosphere.