Anybody hear of this before? No details yet on how the program works or what dollar value would be attached to the old stuff. I just heard of it this morning from a newsletter from OWC that had the following blurb in it:
And now Apple's upcoming Computer Recycling Program. If it lets you dust off a decade plus old Mac or non-Mac that's become useless and give some trade-in value, that can make a lot of sense. But for Macs made within the last seven or eight years, and even older Macs depending on what you use them for, there might be better options for you in keeping it. We won't find out what Apple's deal is utill June. Whatever that deal turns out to be, there are certain things that won't change...
Definitely certain things that won't change. Like the desire to slap anyone who would consider sending in a working vintage Mac to save a few bucks on new gear.
But still, I wouldn't mind being the guy in Apple's receiving department opening the boxes from recycling program participants!