Is Apple Trade-In Worth It? Think Twice

Is Apple Trade-In Worth It

Apple Trade-In programs earn money by paying you less than what your phone is worth and then profiting from the sale of your old gadget. To make matters worse, you’re generally reimbursed with a store gift card rather than cash.

When you use JNA Retail, you obtain the full market value for your used technology. In other words, you get the most money for your iPhone, iPad, or MacBook, while also giving purchasers a superb bargain they can trust. Everyone benefits from the scenario.

What is it and how does it work?

Customers can trade in their old iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch via the Apple Trade-In service. Apple will “buy back” your old Apple device by providing you with a gift card to the Apple Store or store credit on a new purchase. Apple will instead offer to discard devices that no longer have a trade-in value.

There is no cash payment for the Apple trade-in. Instead, sell your old equipment and get paid in cash to put it to good use.

Can I do at the Apple Store?

In-store or online trade-ins are available at the Apple Store. If you use the online way, you get a free kit that you can use to send your old gadget off. The sole exception is when it comes to Mac trade-ins, which must be done in person. Apple usually sends out Apple Store gift cards within 1-2 weeks of receiving your trade-in.

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Is it possible to trade in cracked iPhone screens to Apple?

Users can’t sell an iPhone with a cracked screen, but neither Apple nor JNA Retail allows it. Eventually, Apple will offer to repair the screen, but the cost of doing so will be deducted from your overall trade-in value, leaving you with very little.

You’ll want to get your screen fixed first if it’s cracked or broken. JNA repair shops provide high-quality services at a fraction of the cost of the Apple Store, as well as a 30-day guarantee.

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