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How to guarantee you get today’s trade-in value for your phone even after the iPhone 6 launches

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:50PM EST
Smartphone Trade-in

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While months of leaks and rumors have painted what appears to be a very extensive picture of what we can expect from Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6, nothing is certain until the next-generation iPhone is finally unveiled on stage early next month. Well, almost nothing is certain.

There are a few things we know beyond the shadow of a doubt, and one of them is the fact that there will be a massive influx of used smartphones being sold and traded in as people upgrade to the new iPhone 6. All those trade-ins inevitably drive used phone values down, but as it turns out, there is a simple way to guarantee that you get today’s higher value for your current smartphone even if you don’t trade it in until after the iPhone 6 debuts next month.

FROM EARLIER: New leak reveals iPhone 6’s release date

Used gadget buying service UpgradeSwap has announced a new offer that will help people on the fence lock in today’s smartphone trade-in prices while they decide whether or not to purchase a new iPhone 6.

Apple is expected to unveil at least one new iPhone model during a press conference on September 9th, and we can expect a flurry of used phones to hit the market shortly after. With UpgradeSwap’s new offer, however, you can lock in today’s trade-in value for your current phone, and then you have until November 3rd to send it in and collect your payment. That should give people plenty of time to secure a new iPhone 6, which is expected to be released on September 19th.

Of note, the offer applies to any smartphone you might currently own, not just iPhones.

To take advantage of the offer, click through the link below in our source section.

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