Jet Black was the most exclusive color scheme for last year's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus upon launch, since you could only get it on a device with 128 or 256GB of storage. The entry-level 32GB tier wasn't available in this shiny hue.
That changes now, however. Following its announcement of the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus, Apple has already discontinued the red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, as well as 256GB models for last year's handsets.
On the flip side, you can now buy a 32GB iPhone 7 or 7 Plus in Jet Black, for the first time ever. The price isn't any different to what the company charges for the other color versions. As such, you'll need to shell out $549 for an iPhone 7 in Jet Black, and $669 for the 7 Plus. Those amounts are in fact exactly $100 below the launch prices for 32GB models of the top of the line iPhones from 2016.
Apple certified refurbished phone (as in 6s & 6s+) are still showing previous price which are now close to new prices. Will the refurbished sets see price cut now?
yes when no microSD. what about 64gb? hey who will buy an old iphone with storage more than 32GB when we can buy an new iphone 64GB. it's very very low people that do that for only 64 more gb they will buy a new iphone with 256 so they make they jet ...
who would buy a phone with only 32GB that can record 4k without an sd card slot. makes no sense