Android Trade-in Program Launches Today at Apple Retail Stores

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Today Apple is launching a trade-in program for select non-iPhone smartphones at its Apple Retail Store locations. The program will allow credit towards an immediate purchase of a new iPhone model for users who trade in their select Android, Windows Phone, and Blackberry phones.

Apple is aiming to drive more business from people who will trade in their current working devices to get something better. The standard Apple iPhone trade-in program was first started in 2013 and last year opened up to include iPads. Now the program is accepting select Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry devices for in-store credit to users immediately buying an iPhone. The program is so far only available in the US, France, Italy, and the UK.  You can check if your store has the program on its individual store page. The online Apple Reuse and Recycling Program is now open for users to trade in a Windows notebook or desktop for an Apple Store gift card.

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Source: 9to5 Mac

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2 Responses to “Android Trade-in Program Launches Today at Apple Retail Stores”
  1. John Lindsay says:

    lol apparently my brand new galaxy s5 is worthless to them…..

  2. Bob Brello says:

    why would you swap a S5 for a shitty iphone ? Apple suck.. end of…

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