With New iPhones Coming, Buy Back Pros is Ready to Turn Old Devices Into Cash

Experts anticipate several new iPhones to be revealed during Apple's Sept. 12 event, and Buy Back Pros will make it easy for consumers and businesses to sell old devices, representatives report.

ST. LOUIS - September 8, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Technology giant Apple is set to reveal its newest iPhones soon, and Buy Back Pros is ready to purchase older, unwanted devices for cash. On September 12, Apple will host a special, invitation-only event at its corporate campus in Cupertino, California. Analysts expect as many as three brand-new iPhones to be unveiled, including a much-anticipated "S" series upgrade to the popular iPhone X.

That will have many consumers looking to trade up, and the Buy Back Pros "Sell your iPhone" service is the best and easiest way to free up cash to do so. Businesses and bulk sellers may utilize the company's bulk smartphone buyback program which allows businesses to efficiently create an order containing a volume of various devices in any condition. Dedicated to providing a simple, environmentally responsible way to convert old devices into cash, even if broken, Buy Back Pros will be there for Apple fans and business owners when the new iPhones are revealed on September 12.

"Apple's annual fall iPhone event is on the way, and that means many millions nationwide will be looking to sell their existing devices for cash," said Buy Back Pros founder and President Samuel Herwitz. "We're happy to report that we're ready to buy as many iPhones and other smartphones as we can, and we've made the process as simple as possible. Shipping is free on every transaction, and it just takes a quick visit to our website to get started. I started Buy Back Pros after looking for a great way to Sell my iPhone myself, and we've been growing steadily ever since."

Apple Inc. released the first iPhone in 2007, essentially giving rise to the modern smartphone industry in the process. Although technology companies like BlackBerry Limited had previously catered to professionals with their advanced, full-featured mobile phones, the original iPhone was the first device to achieve "must have" status in the mass market.

With more than 1.2 billion iPhones sold worldwide, Apple introduces new models at special events held in the fall of each year. On August 30, the company sent out invitations for a show to be held on September 12 at its "Apple Park" campus in Cupertino. An August 27 report from Bloomberg suggested that at least two new high-end iPhones will be unveiled, likely alongside a lower-priced version of the iPhone X designed to make that model's bezel-free design accessible to more buyers.

As with every annual iPhone update, the availability of the new units will have millions seeking to turn their existing devices into cash. Buy Back Pros allows anyone to sell electronics risk-free, continues to provide the highest payouts to customers, and maintains an extraordinary customer service experience.

About Buy Back Pros:

Dedicated to making it easy to sell unwanted technology and electronic devices in any condition, Buy Back Pros offers free shipping, lightning-fast turnaround, and the most generous cash offers in the industry.

Media Contact:

Samuel Herwitz

Buy Back Pros LLC

PO Box 411602, St. Louis, MO, 63141

Telephone: (314)675-0289

Email: Support@BuyBackPros.Com

Website: https://buybackpros.com

Contact Info:
Name: Samuel Herwitz
Email: Support@BuyBackPros.Com
Organization: BuyBackPros.Com
Address: PO Box 411602, St. Louis, MO, 63141
Phone: (314)675-0289

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