Apple plans to launch a trade-in program for Macs next week at its retail stores in the U.S and Canada, according to Bloomberg. Quoting unnamed “people familiar with the matter,” the article adds that the tech giant informed retail employees that the new program will begin on June 15.
Previously, you could trade in a Mac via Apple’s website. And the company already offers trade-in programs at its stores for products such as the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
The new plan could help boost sales of Macs by giving customers a way to get credit toward a new model at the point of purchase.
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