Apple Store now accepts used Macs as part of paying for a new one in the US and Canada
Just a few days before WWDC 2020, Apple’s next big event scheduled for June 22, the Cupertino giant decided to expand its trade-in program (which accepts used equipment as part of paying for a new one).
Previously available only for the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, from now on it is also possible to deliver a Mac in this modality – something that had already happened before, however, which at the time was a limited time promotion.
Mac owners will be able to hand over their computers in exchange for credit or a gift card and best of all, the “exchange” of the product used for credits can also be made at Apple Stores.
The change in the policy of the trade-in program was first spotted by Mark Gurman , however, Apple changed some words on the official page of the program, making it very clear that the process could also take place offline, but with some addenda:
In other words, residents of the USA or Canada will be able to take their Macs to an Apple Store and deliver them to get a discount on new equipment.
It is worth mentioning that availability may not be immediate for all stores, so it is good to consult the Apple Store before making the face-to-face visit, to avoid a missed trip.
The novelty arrives as something interesting that, together with the possibility of installments in up to 12x of the Apple Card, promises to make life even easier for users who are wanting to get their hands on the new technologies of the apple.
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