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Apple offering up to $345 for your old iPhone 4S ahead of the new iPhone launch

Apple are offering up to $345 for you to trade-in your iPhone 4S

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Aug 30, 2012 10:33 am

Current rumors peg Apple at announcing their new iPhone in a matter of days, and now we have some news that might delight iPhone 4S owners. Apple are looking to help you out with pricing on the new, yet unannounced iPhone, with their Reuse and Recycle program.

 

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Using the program, you can select the model, color and condition of your iPhone 4S, or other Apple-branded devices, which will then give you a price that Apple believe your device is worth. Apple's top-end iPhone 4S 64GB model is worth $345, for example.

 

Before Apple announced the iPhone 4S, they were offering $200 for an iPhone 4 16GB model, so it would make sense that the new iPhone is just days away from being announced. We've previously reported that the new iPhone would be announced on September 12, with the smartphone shipping on September 21.

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