When trading in your old iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch for a new model, you can get an extra $10-$50 credit depending on your device's model, its condition, etc.
A new iPhone trade-in tool from Apple, dubbed “Trade-In Tool and Cosmetic Scan,” will let you scan your device for cosmetic damage with another iPhone camera.
If you update your iPhone on a regular basis, it makes sense to give the old one to a family member, sell it, or trade-in with Apple to get store credits. Passing on your iPhone is also good for the environment. But before you go ahead, you must follow some essential steps to ensure your personal data doesn't unknowingly go into the hands of the next iPhone owner. To help, we have created this comprehensive guide that covers everything you must do before saying goodbye to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
It might not happen on a regular basis, but Apple's values for trading in products varies from time-to-time. They aren't set in stone and they don't last forever. It's good when those values go up, and not so good when they go down. Unfortunately, today's news fits in the latter category.
To pick up some of LG's customers who may be switching, Apple's trade-in offers now include four models of LG's smartphone lineup as the Korean maker exits the smartphone industry.
A trade-in program is a potentially cumbersome effort, especially if you're a company the size of Apple. Which is why outsourcing that effort to a third-party company is not uncommon. But one such partner being used by Apple for its own trade-in program has a less-than-stellar online reputation.
Apple has begun highlighting the various promotional trade-in deals for the latest iPhone from major United States carriers in a new webpage on its website and banner.
Apple has quietly slashed its top estimated trade-in values across the entire iPhone range, globally, by up to a hundred bucks. As if that wasn't enough, the company has also cut the estimated trade-in values for iPads as well as for some MacBook and Apple Watch models.
Apple yesterday released a new video advertisement via its YouTube channel. If my memory serves me correctly, this is the first ad that promotes Apple's handset trade-in program.
A week ahead of Samsung's Unpacked 2019 press conference in San Francisco, the South Korean maker is enticing Apple users to switch to one of the upcoming Galaxy S10 smartphones by offering up to $550 off to those who would trade-in their iPhone.
Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that Apple is now “experimenting” with iPhone marketing strategies it apparently rarely uses, including discount promotions through generous device buyback terms, in an effort to help increase sales of its iconic smartphone.
MacRumors is reporting that Apple's trade-up program for the iPhone, dubbed “Trade Up with Installments”, has expanded to an additional three countries today: France, Italy and Spain.
Customers in these countries can now trade in a used iPhone, Android or Windows Phone smartphone and put the value of that device towards a new iPhone based on a 24-month payment plan.