iPhone XS 64GB (Gold) $1229 Delivered @ Phonebot

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Brand new XS 64gb

Jb and Harvey norman have it for +$1579

Unfortunately officeworks don't have any so didnt work on price match
Harvey norman wont price match as its not a leading retailer
Good guys said too low, and say we can give you $30 off RRP lol

also, clarified some details with them on their chat
- brand new aussie stock
- box damage
- comes with australian accessories (charger)

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    probably wanna specify gold only

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    Is it really brand new? The store looks like the repairing shop so I am suspicious of it to be refurbished…

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      good point. on their website, it says brand new also comes with 24 Months Australian Manufacturers warranty to be claimed either via us or the manufacturer. I presume that means Apple (manufacturer) so might be ok?

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        Right.

        Brand New
        24 Months Australian Manufacturers warranty to be claimed either via us or the manufacturer.
        If the product is deemed faulty within 30 days of purchase, customer is entitled for a full refund. In case of fault after the 30 day period, customer is entitled to a product replacement or repair. Refunds after the 30 day period will be issued on Phonebots discretion if repair or replacement isn't possible.

        It totally looks like the "official" retail.

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    Not trying to be negative here but if you gonna spend 1k+ on something, so wanna be sure what are you getting is brand new and working perfectly. Its not worth the hassle if device is defective and you have to post it back to them to repair which may take time and you have no spare phone.

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      Who doesn't have a spare $1600 phone just laying around?

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      Why spend $1k+ for a 64GB phone with 4GB RAM lol

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        That should be the first thought 😀

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        Hahaha so negative. You say that, yet objectively iOS manages applications far superior that it doesn't require that much RAM to hold as many tasks in memory. I'm a massive believer that Android is superior in flexibility, but for someone to attack it based on RAM when it's a completely different software. It makes absolutely no sense to do so. Plus your comment of saying that people who buy from Apple don't think at all is abhorrent. Attacking a bunch of people whilst you can't even figure out why other flagship Android phones actually need that much RAM lmao.

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    Web page doesn't load for me. Just has the word "hello" in the top left corner. Same with the generic site page. https://www.phonebot.com.au/

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    A mate of mine used to work in a computer store.
    He reckoned their shrink wrap machine was their most valuable asset.

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      Yep! My mate used to work in a Video store, and they used thousands of DVD shrink wraps LOL

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