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Topic # 228641 15-Jan-2018 18:22
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Hi all,

 

I have a great jap import car radio that has an ipod dock.

 

I have an old iPhone 3GS 8GB that I use to store some of my music collection.

 

I am looking for something with a little more storage, It does not need a good battery or perfect screen, as long as I can see the screen to set it up, iTunes does the rest, this lives in the glove-box of the car so can even look ugly.

 

Does anyone have an old iPod / iPhone gathering dust that they would like to dispose of for a reasonable price?

 

I am based in Auckland and can collect or pay for a courier.

 

Thanks

 

John





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  Reply # 1939375 15-Jan-2018 21:18
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I have an 80GB 6th Gen iPod. Would that be useful?





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  Reply # 1939392 15-Jan-2018 21:56
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For some day when it comes back: https://www.trademe.co.nz/mobile-phones/mobile-phones/iphone/iphone-4s/auction-1518954011.htm

 

iPhone 4S
32GB
White
iOS v9.3.5 (up to date)
Logitech metallic plate on back for magnetic mount
iCloud / Activation unlocked
No network restriction

 

$75 in East Auckland


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