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Over the years, Apple has placed more emphasis on trade-ins, encouraging users to trade in their old devices for instant credit toward a new one. Now, the tech giant has launched a new and improved “Apple Trade-In” website, providing more details about the trade-in process, a new design, and additional information about the environmental benefits of trading in old devices.
The new Apple Trade-In website, launched in time for Earth Day, encourages users to use the program to “get a great value for your current device and apply it toward a new one”. Apple emphasizes how the process works both online and at Apple Store locations.
“With Apple Trade In, you can get a great value for your current device and apply it toward a new one. And you can do it all online or at an Apple Store”, Apple says. “If your device isn’t eligible for credit, we’ll recycle it for free. It’s good for you and the planet”.
The revamped website does not come with any changes to the trade-in values themselves. Customers can receive between $40 and $600 for an iPhone, between $50 and $165 for an Apple Watch, between $35 and $445 for an iPad, between $35 and $1,250 for a Mac, and between $30 and $305 for an Android device.
For “other devices”, such as iPods, Apple TVs, and HomePod, Apple will recycle those products for free. “Cables, cases, monitors, and more don’t need to go to waste”, Apple explains. “We can recycle them so they can go on to help the planet”.
The new Trade-In website also includes a comprehensive FAQ section that answers common questions about the trade-in process. It also explains how trading in old devices benefits the environment and how the company ensures the protection of personal data during the trade-in process.
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Apple’s new Trade-In website is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to being environmentally friendly. By encouraging customers to trade in their old devices, Apple is reducing e-waste and giving old devices a second life, benefiting both the customer and the planet.