Do you get a warranty on a refurbished iPhone?
Refurbished iPhones are of course not new devices. This means that a refurbished iPhone will not come to you directly from the factory if you choose this. The iPhone has already been used by someone else, for a shorter or longer period of time. However, the iPhone has been completely patched up. New software has been installed, making the iPhone completely up to date. In addition, the iPhone has been completely cleaned and the necessary parts have been replaced to make the device like new again. So you are actually buying a used device that works like new. But does this also mean that you get a warranty?
Depends on the seller
You do not buy a refurbished iPhone from a private individual, as you often do with a regular second-hand device. By definition, private individuals do not provide a warranty on an iPhone, unless the manufacturer's warranty is still active. However, you buy a refurbished iPhone from a professional seller and the chance that you will receive a new warranty is therefore considerable. It is not mandatory to provide a warranty on a refurbished iPhone, but most sellers opt for this. It's an important part of the service after all.
What is the average warranty?
The vast majority of suppliers of refurbished iPhones have a warranty period of one year. This means that you get a warranty that is equal to that of the factory (Apple), but that is valid for a period of one year. However, there are also refurbished iPhones that come with a two-year warranty.