Starting today, Apple's Trade Up With Installments program will give people the option of trading in their old iPhone and pay a monthly fee that's cheaper than there iPhone upgrade plan. Whatever phone you purchase will be unlocked, which means you're not tied to a specific carrier (though you still have to sign up for wireless service for the iPhone). The maximum trade-in values are the same as for the regular trade-in program. That's $100 for the iPhone 4 and 4S, $200 for the 5, 5C and 5S, $300 for the 6 and $350 for the 6 Plus. The amount doesn't change based on how much storage you have. You'll get as much for the 16GB version of an iPhone as for the 128GB, despite the fact jumping from 16GB to 128GB cost you $200 when you bought the phone. And the values are for phones with regular use, so don't worry if your device isn't in pristine condition. If you have a cracked screen or other damage, you won't get as much money. Apple's new program is also open to Android and Windows phones. Apple will offer up to $300 for Android and Windows devices. What do you think of Apple's new program ?