I just sold my iPhone 4S for $300.
That’s because when Apple announces the new iPhone, I will order one.
I’m using a service called NextWorth, which is offering price lock guarantee for iPhone trade-ins.
Now Apple will take in trade-ins. So does a similar company called Gazelle.
But NextWorth offers a cash option for trade-ins as well as gift cards. Currently, NextWorth claims it offers more money for old iPhones than both Gazelle and Apple:
$300, iPhone 4S (16GB)
$351, iPhone 4S (64GB)
$287, iPhone 4S (16GB)
$313, iPhone 4S (64GB)
$285, iPhone 4S (16GB)
$345, iPhone 4S (64GB)
However, values are expected to decrease as the announcement approaches so consumers taking advantage of the value lock-in now can ensure they receive the best possible trade-in value.
For consumers who prefer an in-person experience, NextWorth is partnered with more than 1,450 Target locations nationwide. A team member will evaluate the item on the spot and provide a quote for its value. Customers immediately receive credit toward a purchase, or a gift card for the amount.
I used Gazelle t sell my old MacBook Pr a few months ago and was happy for the trade in price, which helped me afford a new MBP with Retina Display.
Glad can do this with my iPhone.
Meanwhile, the new iPhones are expected to be available around the 21st.