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Apple Lets You Trade In Your iPhone, iPad or MAC
Posted By Joshua Sophy On September 9, 2013 @ 4:30 pm In Green Business | 7 Comments
If your business has iPhones, iPads, MACs or other Apple devices lying around the office in good working order but no longer used, take note.
Those devices could be turned into credit for newer Apple electronics. And the company has just expanded the program to allow trade-ins of old iPhones at it’s retail locations for credit toward a new model.
Apple allows customers to send in iPhones, iPads, Macs and even other PCs, either laptop or desktop, to be evaluated to determine if they can be reused.
If so, Apple contractor PowerON determine the fair market value for the device. Users receive an Apple store credit in the amount usable for new technology at any Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store.
If the device is not reusable, Apple will still recycle it at no cost.
If you would like to determine whether there might be value in any of your office computers and mobile devices, you can start by visiting the Apple recycling program page on the Apple website. Once there you can determine whether your device qualifies for the reuse and recycling program.
If so, PowerON will provide a prepaid option for you to ship the device and after final evaluation, your Apple Gift Card will be sent to you if it qualifies for trade-in value.
Media reports say  Apple Retail centers recently started allowing customers to walk in used iPhones for possible trade-in at the stores, as well.
For more information on the program as a whole, visit the Apple website  and check for further details.
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 visiting the Apple recycling program page on : http://www.apple.com/recycling/gift-card/
 reports say: http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-08-30/business/41604556_1_trade-in-program-iphone-sales-apple-retail-stores
 Apple website: http://www.apple.com/recycling/