There are some things you should know in advance to get the iPhone unit as expected. If your iPhone screen is broken, you can visit us to get iphone 6s screen repair. However, there are now many people who sell fake iPhone. So be smart buyers do not easily tempt with cheap prices, especially if the iPhone is sold online, most likely it is a syndicate of fraud. So that you are not deceived, here are some tips we can give:
1. Purchase at an Authorized Reseller
To prevent the items mentioned above (recondition or super copy) there is better you visit the official reseller of iPhone, such as iBox, Emax, and others. Because it is definitely sold by the official reseller of the iPhone is the official iPhone original Apple, then the safest way is to buy the iPhone on its official reseller, but do not be surprised, because the distribution is officially and legally then the price offered by authorized resellers will usually relatively more expensive. But of course, the quality of the iPhone is guaranteed so you do not have to doubt the condition of the iPhone. So you no longer need to be complicated to check. And also if at any time there is a problem you can claim directly to that place.
2. Avoid Opening the Box at Home
This is to avoid if there are fittings that are defective, minus and so on, usually the seller although they provide warranty also likes to complicate us when the claim. So try unboxing iPhone store only. We recommend doing unboxing in the store where you purchased with the shopkeeper’s guides or their employees. At the time of unboxing you do not forget to check yourself also the iPhone unit and its accessories such as charger adapter, USB cable, sim injector, Apple sticker, store/reseller warranty card, guidebook. In addition to the store warranty card/distributor check whether the completeness is the same as that on the Apple site for the iPhone unit you buy, check also completeness and how the shape and location.
3. Check the iPhone to iTunes
Last thing you have to do is check your iPhone to iTunes. This is meant to check whether the Serial Number and IMEI of your iPhone is detected by iTunes or not. If so, check back with existing IMEI information on your iPhone whether it is appropriate or not. If not you should ask the seller and ask to replace it with another unit.