Apple is apparently about to expand their iPhone trade in program to China and this could launch in the country at the end of this month.
According to a recent report, the iPhone trade in program will launch in Apple Stores on the 31st of March.
Apple will allow their customers to trade in their handsets at the retail stores in China, the company will apparently then sell the handsets to Foxconn.
Foxconn who is Apple’s manufacturing partner for the iPhone will then repair the handsets and sell them direct through their own online retail stores.
Apple will only take in iPhone’s as part of their iPhone trade in program in China, there have been rumors that Apple will allow customers to trade in Android devices in the US, although this is not expected to be available in China.
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Source 9 to 5 Mac