Phonecheck Launches Its Device Certification and Erasure Services for Apple Watch

Phonecheck, a mobile device certification provider, has announced its offering for erasure and refurbishing solutions for previously-owned Apple Watch products. 

Customers can now erase existing data and collect device details, like model type and device history, using this new tool. As interest in refurbished wearables grows, the solution increases the efficiency of processing these devices and gives consumers added confidence when buying renewed electronics, says Jax Futrell, chief operating officer at Phonecheck. With a comprehensive solution now available for Apple Watch, Phonecheck customers can expect the same quality, thoroughness and efficiency they have come to expect when certifying smartphones, he adds.

This includes a Device History Report, providing crucial details on device authenticity, ownership status, software version, battery percentage and more. Devices undergo a certified data-wipe process, accredited by the Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance (ADISA). 

Phonecheck certification goes beyond diagnostics and data-wipe to report accurate, verified data on each device for sellers to deliver as an added value to their customers in the resale process, according to Futrell.

Consumers will begin to see Phonecheck Certified Apple Watches on popular refurbished marketplaces and websites in the coming weeks and months, giving them transparency and confidence in the quality and reliability of the devices, he adds.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.