With the upcoming launch of the new iPhone 14 models, the previous iPhone models will lose their value. In fact, in recent years they have lost about 12% of their value in the first month after the launch of a new iPhone and an average of 23% in the three months after launch. That means now is a great time to swap out your old phone before upgrading to a new model. Decluttr— 9to5Mac’s official trade-in partner– offers a fast, easy and free way to sell your old technology.

What’s interesting about Decluttr is that it offers Extended 28 day price lock guarantee, allows you to lock trade-in offers for your iPhone and ship your device later after you receive your new iPhone. This means you can take advantage of your iPhone 13 Pro until your new iPhone 14 Pro Max arrives and cash out more money than you would with any other program.

Decluttr pays about 33% more than carrier buyback programs, and pays cash instead of credit, allowing you to put your money into whatever device or plan you want instead of being limited to carrier offerings. They will pay you immediately, the day after your device arrives with them.

For example, Apple also offers a trade-in option, but ahead of the release of the iPhone 14 in September, the company has lower value you can get with old iPhonewhile Decluttr helps you keep your device at a higher value.

Not only will you be able to get the most out of your old iPhone, but you’ll also prevent it from being thrown in the trash because most devices shipped to Decluttr are repaired, updated, and sold to new customers. Any device that the company cannot sell will be recycled responsibly for you.

Decluttr has paid more than $400 million to more than 6 million satisfied customers. They have an Excellent rating of over 24,000 reviews on Trustpilot and Elite status in the Reseller Ranking. Plus, they are BBB accredited.

Only tell Decluttr what you are selling, and the company will give you a free instant assessment. Then ship your item for free, and you’ll be paid the day after your item arrives by direct deposit or PayPal.

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