The iPhone 6 is all set for a release in September, well that is the hope based on the past few years. If this is the case, then there is just over two months before the iPhone 5S upgrade arrives and if you have not traded in last years Apple smartphone, then we would suggest you hurry.
Over the years people who own the outgoing version of the iPhone, which in this case is the 5S, will often trade-in their handset early in order to take advantage of higher trade-in prices, although this does mean using a back-up handset for a couple of months. However, it is often worth it if you can get an extra hundred plus dollars.
Frugal trade-in for iPhone 5S – From what we have started to see, prices for this model have already begun to suffer, with Apple already offering less than they did a few weeks back.
This is not an isolated incident, but we should not be surprised seeing as though it happens every time we get nearer to a new iPhone release.
I can’t ever say I have wanted to trade-in my outgoing iPhone to save money because I don’t have a back-up handset. I did have a HTC One M8 sent to review, and while it is a superb handset, I just could not get on with Android.
There is nothing wrong with Android, it’s just I have been with Apple’s iPhone since the start and so used to it, as well as having other Apple devices that talk to each rather well, and will have even together integration once iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite are released.
Do you trade-in the outgoing iPhone model long beforehand in order to get more money back.
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