By now there's little doubt that a sixth-generation iPhone is just around the corner, so this is a great time to weigh your options for selling an older model and putting that cash toward Apple's latest and greatest -- and here are three of the best methods for doing just that.
Could Apple's $1.05 billion victory over Samsung last week be causing Android users to jump ship? That appears to be the case for at least one reseller who has noted a 50 percent increase in customers dumping their Android smartphones since the verdict.
We know what you’re feeling: Ever since Monday, that swanky new MacBook Pro with Retina Display is just too much temptation. But at a starting price of $2199, how can you afford it? NextWorth is here to help, by taking your old model for quick cash toward the new one.
While most Americans consider Memorial Day the start of summer, in reality we have a few more weeks to go before June 20 -- the official first day of summer -- arrives. If you haven’t done your spring cleaning yet, now is a great time to do so, and we’ll give you some tips on using your Mac or iOS device to cut down on that workload.
As March 7 fast approaches, many of us are pondering what to do with our soon-to-be outdated iPad 2. After all, it’s still a perfectly good tablet that could find a good home with another loving family, right? If you’ve been wondering what your old iPad might be worth, have a look at some current data from NextWorth.com -- but be quick about it, the value is dropping every day!
Looking to unload your current iPad now that Apple has made its March 7 media event official? Apparently, you’re not alone -- eBay is reporting that trade-ins for Apple’s tablet have increased by ten times over last year.
Accumulated too many Macs or iOS devices over the years and looking to unload them? While eBay is one way to go, Apple would prefer you send it to their own recycling program, which now allows you trade in those old products in exchange for an Apple Gift Card -- assuming it’s worth anything, that is.
If you'd rather not deal with the hassles of flakey Craigslist and eBay buyers, you can easily send in your old iPad to Gazelle for a considerable trade-in value. The recommerce site is offering the follow prices for each current iPad model, available after the cut.
[Update] Gazelle has announced that because of Apple's own price reductions ($399 for a first-generation iPad) and trade-in volume, the site is not offering the same pricing plans it promised this morning. If you're locked in already you're safe, but if you haven't done so you might be better off selling it somewhere else. Maybe set up a table outside your local grocery store next to the Girl Scouts selling their cookies?
As Jon Stewart put it during a recent iPhone skit on The Daily Show, “Our long national nightmare is almost over” -- that is, Verizon Wireless will begin accepting preorders for the iPhone 4 from existing customers one week from today.