There have been reports that Apple’s iPhone sales haven’t been doing so well, or at least not as well as some would have liked. So much so that it seems that Apple could be trying to encourage iPhone sales by expanding its trade-in program to more countries around the world, potentially making it more affordable for people to buy its new iPhones.

In the US, the trade-in program will allow customers to get as much as $450 when trading in an iPhone X, $350 for an iPhone 8 Plus, or $300 for an iPhone 8 or iPhone 7 Plus. This value can then be put towards Apple’s new iPhones, the iPhone XS, XS Max, and the iPhone XR, which like we said will shave the prices off Apple’s more expensive iPhones.

The program has since expanded to more countries around the world, such as Australia, Canada, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Taiwan. Beyond North America and Asia. It has also expanded to Europe such as Austria, Belgium, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, the UK, so if you live in any of those regions, this program could be worth checking out.

It is possible that you could get a higher price if you were to try and sell your iPhone outside by yourself, although there are risks involved, so this trade-in program might be a better idea and a small price to pay to avoid potential hassles of dealing with third-parties yourself.

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