Apple Expands In-Store iPad Trade-In Program to UK, Germany, France and Spain

Apple Expands In-Store iPad Trade-In Program to UK, Germany, France and Spain

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Apple has expanded its in-store trade-in program for the iPad to the UK, Germany, France and Spain, as noted by Apfelpage.de and iPhoneAddict.fr.

The 'Reuse and Recycling' program allows customers to recycle older iPad models at Apple retails stores, and in turn, they will receive credit that can be used towards the purchase of a new iPad. Apple launched this program last month in the US and Canada for iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and iPad mini. Similarly to the US and Canadian programs, customers cannot trade in the iPad Air or iPad Mini Retina models.

No word on trade-in values for eligible devices, but like iPhones it will vary based on the condition of the device. Customers can combine credit from both the iPad and iPhone trade-ins towards and new iOS device.

Let us know if you spot any additional countries that offer the trade-in program!

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Apple Expands In-Store iPad Trade-In Program to UK, Germany, France and Spain
Shoaib Chaudhary - November 26, 2014 at 5:33am
Great article Apple Expands In-Store iPad Trade-In Program to UK, Germany, France and Spain. I found new app called Spruceit. It's really cool app that gives out instant quote, and I didn't had to enter my device information. App also provided me price comparison from three other vendors, and company offers ree shipping kit. I highly recommend it, you can check it out at www.spruceit.net/tradein or www.facebook.com/spruceit
Neima - May 20, 2014 at 5:15pm
I don't like the idea of selling it back to Apple and only getting store credit. I would rather sell it & get back cash so I can purchase the new iPad when it comes out. There a dozen of buy back companies that will pay more than Apple. There's even a Kayak like site but for Apple Devices that show you all the offers in one spot. I've used it before and loved it. I highly suggest it to other Apple lovers, it's called www.recomhub.com
Vueapp - May 20, 2014 at 8:51am
This the problem with apple products. They are too good. I'm a critical person but apple products just age well. But then what gets a user to buy an updated item? Only the die hard fans would. Normal people would wait a few generations for a more significant improvement. These trade in programs will help. Apple can also concentrate on promoting other uses of old devices. Commercials on leaving old iPads as cookbooks or tv's in the bathrooms. Or giving them away to grandparents. Or use old iPads a house or entertainment center control. So I would like apple to develop home automation products and apps to control those products and the tv. Etc
Me - May 20, 2014 at 2:58am
Imac update in progress, expect it in 2weeks... Not sure but different screen-retina? Bit changed inside...
K - May 20, 2014 at 1:40pm
Yes. Upgrade always inside and for a change, display, but better yet low cost.
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