Apple has now introduced a unique, which will help you in making some real-hard money from the old iPad, iPhone, Windows PC or even Mac. Initially the scheme would be implemented in United Kingdom, Germany and France. Data SERV GmbH is officially responsible for the proper functioning of the Reuse and Recycling Program. By participating in this program, you would provide you a chance to chuck out unwanted or old technology.
The news was updated on Apple’s website and stated that the company is committed to preserve the environment by finding various efficient ways to recycle and reuse electronic equipment. Last year launched iPhone 12 is made up mostly of recycled parts. This included iPhone, Mac, PC computers, iPad, etc. The company will also recycle and reuse displays of any manufacturers. The consumers can earn some cash from their old equipment. Once the users produce their old equipment, the company will determine whether it is working or not and qualifies for reuse. And if the equipment has monetary value, then that amount would be credited directly to the bank account of the seller. However, if it doesn’t have monetary value then you have an option of recycling it responsibly through one of the free recycling programs.
For starters you must visit the website as well as answer few questions regarding your old device that you want to recycle. The online Data SERV will then determine the monetary value of your device and then provide you with an estimated value. Later, the company will courier you a pre-paid shipping label, after which you should send them the item and its receipt would be verified. Once, the value of the old device is verified that particular amount would be credited to your bank account directly. Apple provides you an opportunity to recycle your old iPods and mobile phones, iPads through this program.
Go Green Thinking
In United States the recycling program is extended to iPhones and iPads only and allows customers to recycle their older-model iOS devices. The devices would be sent to Apple and the customers would receive an Apple gift card for the remaining value of the old device. However, consumers in Germany, United Kingdom and France would get direct deposit into the bank accounts.
It is appreciable that Apple has taken steps to implement the “Go Green thinking” in the technological world. Apple has also taken out chargers from its iPhone 12 series as a part of its Going Green initiative. So, if you have an old iPad or iPhone, then what are you waiting now. Register with the program now and feel free to share you experience.