Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman is reporting Apple will soon launch a Mac trade-in program at its retail stores in both the United States and Canada.
According to the report, the new Mac trade-in program will launch on June 15 in the U.S. and June 18 in Canada, according to a memo to retail employees.
A trade-in program for Mac means customers can bring in an old computer and get store credit towards a new Mac or get a store gift card.
While an Apple trade-in program has existed before on Apple’s website online, this marks the first time it will be available at the company’s retail stores.
Most Apple Stores are still closed in Canada due to COVID-19, except for locations in B.C., Alberta, Manitoba and Nova Scotia, which reopened last month. Apple is requiring customers to wear face masks during visits but will supply them if a customer does not have one on hand.