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article imageApple Introduces iPhone Buyback Program

By John Simon Ritchie     Sep 2, 2013 in Technology
Apple has officially extended a new buyback program to it's customers, allowing anybody with an older iPhone to receive credit on the latest model, conveniently coming out on September 10th. So how does it work?
Apple, a tech company best known for it's brand loyalty and beautiful aesthetic design has said it would give a customer up to 280 dollars off the purchase of a newer iPhone (which is widely believed to be coming out soon.) To get this credit, your iPhone must be in working condition and free from water damage. If your iPhone meets those qualifications, then you are eligible for a discount for the new "iPhone 5s."
This deal is not limited to iPhones, however. Apple's new recycling program is also allowing it's faithful costumers a device-for-credit trade on almost any Apple device. According to Apple's website, you can "Send us your old iPhone, iPad, Mac, or PC for reuse or recycling. If it has monetary value, we’ll apply that toward an Apple Gift Card. If not, we can recycle it responsibly for you."
So it seems that Apple has not only taken an interest in making it's customers just a tiny bit richer, but also making the plant just a tiny bit greener as well. Will you be using this new buyback program to your advantage in the near-future, or is it just a gimmick to see Apple shares fly up?
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