Compare Apple iPhone 6 prices for the best deal

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With Apple rolling out new iPhone models each and every year, it's tempting to write off 2014's iPhone 6 as an outdated device no longer capable of meeting the needs of modern smartphone users. Thanks to the way Apple designs iOS to leverage its hardware, the iPhone 6 holds up better than most phones of its era. It might not sport all the fancy features of the iPhone XS or iPhone XR, but it's still a decent handset for folks wanting Apple simplicity at an affordable price.

While Apple itself no longer sells the iPhone 6, plenty of other retailers continue to offer it. Since there's no official pricing to go by, some of these deals offer significant savings over the phone's original launch price, whereas others are a little less attractive. To help you separate the discounts from the duds, we've rounded up the best deals on the Apple iPhone 6 in the table below:

Compare Apple iPhone 6 prices from Australian retail

This table was last updated on 24 Jan 2021.
RetailerModelPriceCurrencyBuy it
eBay Apple iPhone 6 32GB Space Grey UNLOCKED Smart Mobile phone AU Stock $589 AUD Buy it
RetailerModelPriceCurrencyBuy it
eBay Apple iPhone 6 32GB Space Grey UNLOCKED Smart Mobile phone AU Stock $589 AUD Buy it

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