How To Sell Your Used Apple Products Every time a new Apple product is released, I’ll be the first in line. I’m sure many of you will be right there with me. Getting yours hands on the newest Apple product is always a great feeling. The excitement of unpacking it always wears off however. At that point I’m left with one question: what do I do with this old device?


Many people would list it for sale on Craigslist or Kijiji. I think we all know the downsides to using these sites however. Haggling about price with a stranger over the internet sucks. Worse still is getting stood up when once you arrange a meeting.

Luckily there are alternatives. When it comes to MacBooks or iPads, most people recycle with Apple. This is an easy way to do it, but won’t get you the most money. To get the best offer, you should check out SellYourMac first. What really sets them apart form other sites is their customer service. They will keep you up to date every step of the way.

Before moving forward with SellYourMac, you should get some more quotes. Some similar sites are Simmply Macs and mac of all trades. Both sites also sell used computers at competitive prices.

When it comes to iPhones, Orchard is the authority. They also deal with Android phones, but iPhones are their focus. From a seller’s perspective, they are probably the most attractive. Their app will run a quick test on your phone. Once you send your phone in to them, they'll list it for sale on their website. This is also what makes them one of the best places to find the used iPhone you're looking for— whether that be an unlocked iPhone 6s for sale or a super cheap iPhone se.

Buying and selling Apple products though these sites is easy. It’s also a whole lot safer than using a classified site. All devices will be wiped of their data. No personal information will ever be passed on. iCloud locks are also always removed. You can find a better deal on Craigslist, but is the trouble worth it?

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