What to Do With Old Apple Devices Such as iPhones
If you currently have an old iPhone and don’t know what to do with the old one when you get the new one, you need to think about trading it in.
Started recently are several buyback programs promising to pay for used as well as broken devices – programs like this are currently at Walmart, Gazelle, and even Apple itself.
Cult of Mac
There is also a program called the Cult of Mac that buys back iPhones. They have teamed up with a recycling company from the United States to offer what they claim is the highest-paying buyback program that is currently available. But you need to research this claim before doing anything with your old devices.
Other Apple devices
Cult of Mac also claims to pay cash not only for iPhones but also iPads, and iPods. They accept both used and devices that are broken – even dead iPhones that have fallen in a mud puddle or swimming pool.
Any of these buy back places are rather generous with offers on products that have broken buttons, screens that are cracked or damaged from water – some buy-back programs won’t buy any of these, so here too, you need to research.
To research just Google Apple payback programs and those companies that do will come up with usually a one-page of information. This will give you all the information you need on damaged phones or devices they will buy back. Usually they will mail you a box with a return label that is attached. You just mail the device back to them. When they receive your device, they will mail back a check. Those companies that are iPhone trade-in will usually send you a voucher if the new model is not out yet; or send you the new model if they have been released. Mostly they too will send you money or send money directly to your bank account.