Recycling program

Discussion in 'iPod' started by rye9, May 16, 2006.

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    rye9

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    Does Apple still have the iPod recycling program? I want to get a 5G iPod and now have a 2G 4GB mini... but the battery life is about 2 hours and can't sell it with such a bad battery life, and it would be useless to keep it if I have a new iPod. If so, how does it work, could I bring it to an Apple store and get my 10% off?
     
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    Are there any exceptions? What exactly do I need to bring? And finally, does the condition of the iPod matter?
     
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    OK thanks, it's not very informative, but that's not your fault. :) I just wish I could get more than 10% off, I don't think a $200 mini should only get $30 off a $300 iPod. :(
     
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    Well if you can't sell it for more than that, then it's a pretty good deal, isn't it?
     
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    I haven't tried to seel it so I wouldnt know. But I doubt I'd get more than $50 anyways, the battery life is about 2-3 hours. :eek:
     

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