1 Reply Latest reply: Aug 9, 2007 12:11 AM by Kappy
sam Inman Level 2 (350 points)
I have a 20in Core 2 Duo iMac.

I really want the new iMac but I don't want to sell my current iMac on eBay.

I would prefer getting the new iMac from the Apple store.

I was wondering if Apple would allow me to trade in my current iMac and get the new iMac and pay any difference that there might be.

I know that I probably won't be able to do this but I was just curious.

Do you think Apple would replace my current iMac with a new iMac if it was broken??


P.S.- I purchased the iMac in May.

Macbook & a iMac, Choose, iMac
  • Kappy Level 10 (266,041 points)
    Apple does not take trade-ins. However, some resellers may although trade-in value would not be very high. You'd be much better off selling it on your own locally or on eBay.

    As for replacement versus repair read your warranty. Apple reserves the right to choose whether to repair or replace. Just because your computer is non-functioning doesn't mean it would be replaced as long as it could be repaired. And, Apple would determine whether the problem was due to actual equipment failure or damage due to negligence or abuse.