Contractor Tips Blog

Nov
21

Want to Sell Your Old iDevice?

Well you finally were able to get that newest iphone or ipad that you have been wanting since Apple announced it.  Once all of the data has been transferred to the new device, the next decision is what to do with the old device.  Options include giving it away, throwing it into a drawer to store as a backup.  Another option is to sell it and get cash for it! 

In addition to being able to sell your old iphone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, 5, 5c and 5s, it is also possible to sell your ipad 1,2,3 Mini and new Air as well as your ipod Touch 2,3 and 4.  The exact purchase price varies due to condition, as well as the capacity and functions and capabilities of the device.  

The condition of your device includes “just like new”, “normal wear”, “only a cracked screen” and “pretty beat up”.   A device “just like new”, is new out of the box, has no scratches, marks or dents and in perfect condition.  “Normal wear” is used to describe a device that is still in good shape, has few scratches, but no cracks and all buttons properly work.  “Only a cracked screen” describes a device that has a cracked screen, the buttons work, the device still functions properly and it has never been wet. 

A device “pretty beat up”, cannot be turned on, has a cracked screen and has gotten wet at some point.  It is important to remember that no matter the age or condition of your old ipod, ipad or iphone, it still has value and the first step to take in getting your money is to call!

Posted on behalf of iDevice MD

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