It seems Apple has started its iPad trade-in program in European shores as well, which give users the ability to recycle their old iPad models for a credit, and utilize it to purchase a new iPad.
Previously, the program kicked off in Canada and United States last month, but it’s good to see Apple is offering the services in other regions as well.
Detailed by Apple enthusiast blog 9to5Mac this week, Apple has rolled out a new promotion targeted at iPhone owners that are still using the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. Starting on May 8, 2014, Apple is offering up to $99 for an iPhone 4 trade-in and up to $199 for an iPhone 4S trade-in when upgrading to either the iPhone 5c or iPhone 5S.
This promotion is pretty much in line with other retailers. Amazon, for instance, offers between $65 to $75 for a base model iPhone 4 and about $140 for the base model iPhone 4S. It’s likely that Apple has a similar pricing structure between the base models and the more expensive models with increased storage space.Â