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Apple Provides a Service of Gadgets Disposal in Europe

Apple Recycling Programme

Germany, France and the UK residents can now make use of service of disposing the unwanted “apple friends” who have become useless after having known better days.

This project started up last year in the U.S.A. and successfully passed the check time. The European version has suffered some changes and came to the customer with the other valuations.

Thus, the UK resident will be able to exchange undamaged iPhone 4S with the cable as a set to 423 pounds. iPhone 3G will bring a much smaller amount just £6.23. It is ridiculous to speak at all about the first iPhone generation; Apple offers only £1.25 for him.

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For example, Apple is ready to buy the functioning iPhone 4S, but with the broken glass, for £237.75, and MacBook Pro 3-years-old in running order for £109.70, while it’s cost was £1500 on buying.

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All funds are transferred to the customer’s bank card without any deductions and charges in full-size. [ apple ]

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    WEEE Recycling says:

    I’m not exactly impressed with the prices Apple are willing to pay out. Don’t get me wrong, I’m well aware that my kit depreciates every time the date rolls over another day, but my c2d macbook pro still works, has a great glossy screen and runs 10.6.8 just fine. My wife still loves her core duo iMac and 3Gs iphone. I’ll be hanging onto the G5 towers for a while longer…. the point is, I don’t see the recycling program attracting any more customers wanting to upgrade their kit than it would have done before. If anything, I have to wonder if customers will see the offers and be put off ditching something they’ve had for all of 3 years.

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