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Tired Of Your Old iPhone? Trade It In!

apple 300LEXINGTON, Ky. (8/28/2013)—A program will be launched in September in Apple retail stores that will allow you to trade in your older iPhone model for a new one at a discounted price.

The program is being launched to increase the amount of iPhones that are being sold out of the Apple stores, according to a statement from the company. Currently, 80 percent of iPhones being sold outside of the Apple stores,

The program is being designed for simplicity and convenience for customers, who will be able to walk into an Apple Retail store with an old phone and out with a new one in minutes.

With the holiday season approaching fast, Apple is also releasing a new make of the iPhone this fall. A date has not yet been set, but they are launching the trade in program to try and clear inventory of the iPhone 5.

The Lexington Apple store is located in Fayette Mall at 3401 Nicholasville Rd.

Bonnie Dailey
SurfKY News

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