Anybody know if you have to remove stickers and skins from your iPhone when you try to trade them in? I want to sticker bomb my iPhone, but I don’t want to have to rip off all of the stickers when I go to upgrade.
I had to remove my phone from it’s case before Apple would do a battery replacement. Since skins & stickers would hide “any breaks or cracks”, I suspect you’ll need to “rip off all of the stickers”.
How about applying the stickers to a very thin case?
- Physical Condition. Your Financed iPhone must be in good physical and operational condition, as determined solely by Apple or Apple’s trade-in service provider (“Trade-In Service Provider”). It must (i) power on and hold a charge; (ii) have an intact and functioning display; and (iii) cannot have any breaks or cracks.
I’ve done trade ins at Apple as well as Gazelle and never removed any stickers. Didn’t effect the value.
I sold a MacBook Air with a Bayern Munich sticker on it … and charged more!
Well, if you need to take them off, Goo-Gone and/or Goof-Off should do the trick.
Caveat emptor, I’ve never used either on an Apple device.