Ahead of the launch of the latest-generation iPhone, Apple looks is preparing to conduct its traditions. Recently, news released by MacRumors on Monday (08.26.13), said that Apple would soon hold a trade-in program, where the old iPhone owners can trade with the latest types.
According to Mark Gurman, the source of MacRumors, Apple is now set schedule and will launch a trade-in program in September. But that’s not entirely true. According to TechCrunch, on Monday (08.26.13), Apple is rumored to have done some pilot-project at Apple Stores in the United States today.
Apple mentioned also has put a price tag for the iPhone version of the old, in numbers ranging from U.S. $ 120 to U.S. $ 200 (approximately USD 1.3 million to USD 2.2 million) for the 16GB iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. As for the iPhone 5 16GB version in good condition, would be worth up to U.S. $ 250.
The program itself is believed as one of the “opening ceremony” to welcome the arrival of the iPhone 5S and 5C on September 10.