Apple's existing iPhone trade-in program is getting a boost with a new report claiming that while owners of iPhones with broken screens, buttons or cameras are currently unable to take advantage of trade-in offers, that is all about to change.
If you want to get your hands on that shiny new iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c but just don't want to stump up the cash required, then trading in your existing iPhone is always going to be one of the best ways to get what you're pining for without breaking the bank. Starting this past August, the iPhone trade-in program has made it possible for people to swap out an old iPhone for a new one at an Apple Store across the United States, simply paying the difference between the price Apple pays for their old hardware and the new handset they want to buy. It has always seemed popular amongst those talking about the program on social networking sites, and now it seems that Apple is set to launch the program outside the US.
Picking up the latest and greatest iPhone always has one or two difficulties. For starters, you've got to find some place that has one in stock, and when a new handset has just launched that is something far from easy. If you do manage to be in the right store at the right time though, you're still faced with arguably the hardest part of the whole iPhone buying experience; actually having the cash to be able to pay for one.