Apple's Trade-In Program Now Accepts Water Damaged iPhones
Nov 20, 2013 20:05
Whoops. You accidentally doused your iPhone in water. Too bad too sad? Buy a new one? Well wait a minute. Apple has just updated its Reuse and Recycle Program to allow water-damaged iPhones to be traded in.
iPhones that have been previously damaged by water or other liquids were not accepted in the trade-in program. But as reported by 9to5Mac, which cites Apple retail employees, that is no longer the case as of this week.
This week’s changes to the program … will allow more customers to trade in their devices. However, the company isn’t going to start allowing seriously water-damaged phones for trade-in anytime soon. If there is evidence of liquid under the phone’s display or corrosion in the ports, the phone will still be ineligible for any trade-in value regardless of what the liquid contact indicator looks like.
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