Don’t let your unused tablet gather dust, sell it to us


We'll give you the best price for that busted tablet.
We'll give you the best price for that busted tablet.
Photo: Courtney Boyd Myers/Flickr CC

For many, their first tablet was a revelation, the missing piece, the next natural step in computing, For many others, it turned out to be a bit of a fad, a paperweight. Nothing they could do on a Kindle that they couldn’t do with a book, no reason to play Fruit Ninja because there was so much actual food to prepare. You know, people with healthy habits.

Salivating over Apple’s latest, greatest laptops? Sell your old MacBook to us first.


If your MacBook looks like this, it might be time to trade in and upgrade.
Photo illustration: Ste Smith/Cult of Mac

Got your eye on one of Apple’s latest super-sexy MacBooks? Wipe the drool from your chin, and sell your old MacBook to us — even if it fell off a bridge.

You could go through the sketchy and time-consuming process of selling your computer on Craigslist, but good luck if it’s in less than mint condition. We’ve got a better way to make sure you get what you deserve for your old computer.

In most cases, Cult of Mac’s Apple gear buyback program offers more for used or broken devices than Gazelle, Walmart, Best Buy or even Apple itself.

Design isn’t the only thing China’s copying from Apple

There's still a lot of money left in iOS devices.
Turns out that Apple's got some great accountants.
Photo: Ste Smith/Cult of Mac

It’s not just handset design that Chinese tech companies seem keen to “borrow” from Apple. According to a fascinating new report, a growing number of Chinese companies are copying Apple’s “balance-sheet strategy” by issuing debt as a way to increase their return on equity and hand money back to shareholders.

Itching to get the iPhone 7? Sell your old iPhone to us first!

Even if it's busted, we'll give you the best price for your old iPhone.
Even if it's busted, we'll give you the best price for your old iPhone.
Photo: Cult of Mac

Boy, iPhones sure do grow up fast. There’s a brand new model out almost every six months, while the one in your pocket gets sluggish and senile.

If you’re looking to upgrade and aren’t sure what to do with your hobbled old phone, sell your iPhone to us first! Most of the time, Cult of Mac’s Apple gear buyback program can get you more money for your outdated, used or even broken devices than Gazelle, Walmart, Best Buy, and Apple themselves.

Liam can’t recycle every iPhone, even with 29 arms

Apple's new robot, Liam, is a recycling machine, but so are we...
Photo: Apple/YouTube

Liam, Apple’s robot that deconstructs iPhones to mine the valuable resources inside them, is certainly cool — but he’s still not the recycling machine we deserve (or need).

Just like any Apple product, Liam was designed to work well. But how much good does the robot, which took three years to develop and build, actually do?