Mashable reported Friday that Apple leaders confirmed that they've launched an iPhone trade-in program at all U.S. stores.
With the new program, customers can trade in their old iPhones for credit toward a new model. The amount a customer gets depends on the age and condition of the phone, according to Mashable.
Customers must have a phone contract to use the program, and they must leave the store with a phone that day.
Bloomberg reported in June that the company would soon be launching the program, which is part of an effort to get consumers to buy iPhones in Apple stores instead of via carriers, according to the Mashable article.
The trade-in program is available at 250 Apple stores nationwide.
Chattanooga doesn't have an Apple store. It has Mac Authority, but the trade-in program won't be available there, according to a store employee.
There are four Apple stores in Tennessee, located in Germantown, Knoxville, Nashville and Franklin.
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Apple leaders are expected to unveil the latest incarnation of the iPhone on Sept. 10.
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