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Sure, your third-generation iPad is great and all, but after Tuesday's announcement of Apple's iPad mini and iPad 4, perhaps you wish you could trade-up. Or maybe you feel like you don't have a choice if you want it to retain any value. Well, you're in luck if you want to trade it in.
Ebay is not the only option anymore — there are an increasing number of sites that let you sell your "old" device and put that cash toward a new one. A lot of these sites work the same way: Enter the information about your device, including its condition and original packaging. The site gives you an estimate of how much your gadget is worth, and if you accept, they send you a pre-paid shipping label sometimes a box, too.
The main differences between the various sites are how much the prices vary. Some of these sites also ask for more details than others, which can benefit you if you have a flawless device. The company experienced a deluge of customers this past February who were trying to sell their iPad 2s after Apple's announcement of a mysterious event on March 7 which turned out to be the unveiling of the third generation iPad.
With this site, you type in the device you have and then select any damages, including: What's useful about Glyde is it gives you more options to tell them about the amazing or maybe not so amazing condition you've kept your device in, which can earn you more cash. Before you sending your device away, be sure to wipe all your information from it.
Then you'll want to restore it to its original factory settings to ensure everything is deleted. Are you planning on selling your iPad to buy a new one? Which site will you use? Tell us in the comments. We're using cookies to improve your experience. Click Here to find out more. Gadgets Like Follow Follow. Gazelle You might know of Gazelle from its television commercials. CashForiPads With this site, you type in the device you have and then select any damages, including: More from Apple's iPad Mini event: