DAILY DOT COM - Rumors about Apple’s next big event, reportedly, on September 10, have been swirling for weeks. The latest word is the company is planning to launch a trade-in program that would allow users to swap their old iPhones for new ones.
Apple is not confirming the reports, but many times, the rumors end up being true. With this allege trade-in program, the company would assess the value, and the customer can put that money toward a new iPhone, if they're due for an upgrade.
The value would likely vary, and would probably depend on the model and what kind of shape the phone is in.
In the meantime, if you are thinking about getting a new iPhone now the company currently offers a recycling program.
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