Apple to Give More for Old iPhones On Trade-In Deal
Apple will give you more money for your old iPhone if you trade it in for a new one. Specifically, Apple has upped the trade-in value of the iPhone 6/Plus, 6s/Plus, 7/Plus, and 8. For example, the iPhone 6 had a trade-in value of $75, but now has a value of $150. The iPhone 7 had a trade-in value of $175 and now has a value of $250. The trade has to be made through Apple when upgrading to an iPhone Xr ($749) or iPhone Xs ($999). The value will be applied as a refund toward the new phone or an Apple Store Gift Card. Phones ineligible for credit can be recycled. Apple said the improved trade-in values will be honored for a limited time.
T-Mobile iPhone eSIM Support On Track for Launch By Year's End
T-Mobile hopes to offer support for the newer iPhones' eSIM by the end of the year, according to a report from PCMag. The carrier is distributing training materials concerning its eSIM app to staff this week.
Apple Lays Out the Cost of Repairing the iPhone XR
Oct 23, 2018
The iPhone XR goes on sale Friday, October 26, and Apple has revealed what it will cost to repair the device should it break. If the screen is broken accidentally due to mishandling, or if the screen breaks on its own, and the device isn't covered by AppleCare+, Apple will charge $199 to repair it.
Apple's iPhone Xr Offers the All-Screen Look at a Lower Price
Sep 12, 2018
Apple today announced the iPhone Xr, a more affordable all-screen iPhone. The Xr looks similar to the Xs and Xs Max, but has an LCD panel rather than OLED, and a 7000 series aluminum frame rather than stainless steel.
Apple Adjusts AppleCare+ for New iPhones, Adds Theft Protection
Sep 12, 2018
Apple today refreshed its AppleCare+ offerings for its line of iPhones. The company is now allowing iPhone owners to make claims for the theft or loss of their iPhone.
YouTube Adds HDR Support to iPhone Xs and Xs Max
Sep 27, 2018
The latest build of YouTube for iOS devices adds HDR support to the newest iPhones from Apple. YouTube version 13.37 allows iPhone Xs and Xs Max owners to flip on HDR and then view HDR content at resolutions up to 1080p at 60fps.
Apple iPhone Xs
5.8" display 1125 x 2436 pixels
Apple A12 Bionic processor 4 GB RAM
2,658 mAh battery
NFC, Wireless Charging, Water-Resistant
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