Eyeing to upgrade from your iPhone 4/4s? You may not have to wait as long as you think. Apple is reportedly
in the works of releasing a trade-in program this June to encourage iPhone users to trade in their old versions for a new iPhone 5.
Apple’s CEO, Time Cook, seeks to draw iPhone users to upgrade to the new iPhone 5 through trading in their old iPhone 4/4s. Through doing so, Appled is looking to grow in the refurbished, resell, and emerging markets.
Through hitting this untapped market, Apple is looking to grow their sales, especially after reports that May saw Samsung surpass Apple in phone sales
for the first time since the iPhone 5 was released. A move like this would surely boost their sales numbers at is enough to entice iPhone users with older models to upgrade at a discounted price, and allows Apple to make a dent in the resell/refurbished market. It is estimated that 20 percent U.S. consumers purchasing a smartphone this year will be through a trade-in program, up from 11 percent in 2011.
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