After being available in the US for some time, Apple has finally expanded their iPad trade in program to Europe.

This allows customers in the UK, France, Germany and Spain to visit one of the various retail stores, where users can now trade in their iPad easily.

Tradable iPads include the iPad 2, iPad 3, iPad 4 and the iPad Mini, allowing customers to trade in one of the selected devices at any Apple store and receive Apple store credit towards a brand new device, such as the new versions of the iPad and the iPad Mini, or presumably anything else in the Apple store.

Apple have yet to reveal how much you will get for each of these devices however, however it’s likely that it might be similar to that of the US trade-in program.

Its also said that Apple may allow those with broken devices to trade-in their device for free and get it responsibly recycled, however that is also yet to be confirmed.

Source MacRumors

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