Apple to implement its in store trade-in program for iPhones, so that users can change their smartphones with either display, camera or broken buttons in retail stores. So far Apple Store only accept old iPhones in exchange for money to buy a cheaper, but these iPhones could not have broken the screen or buttons. Well, this seems to no longer be an impediment if we replace our iPhone, according to 9to5Mac.

The Apple Store will begin accepting damaged iPhones starting next week, but only if they are the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The stores also accept these terminals in exchange for money.

For the 5s model users will get $50 in return; for iPhone 6 will be given about $200 and iPhone 6 Plus for about $250. The Cupertino company believes, as published by the website said that thanks to the new initiative of the exchange program consumers choose to buy a new iPhone and not bear the costs of repairing their damaged iPhones.
The other measure to be taken by the company is to offer its customers the ability to install protective screens for your iPhone.(Source: 9to5Mac)

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