MacBooks do wear out over time and can stop working after their warranties expire. The motherboard could stop functioning, the hard drive could crash, or you could have some other sort of accident which damages the laptop. Since it is difficult to not have access to your MacBook, more than likely you go out and purchase a brand new laptop. What do you do with the old one? Some places offer trade in allowances, but if the laptop is broken, they may not accept it as a trade-in, but merely provide you with an option for recycling it. However, before you do this, take the time to check out another option, where you might still be able to sell your broken MacBook for a little bit of cash.
For example, if you have a 2012 MacBook Pro with a 13 inch display screen in good condition with a 2.5 GHz dual core i5 processor, 16 GB of RAM memory, and 500 GB hard drive, but it does not power on, it still has a value of up to $87, provided the battery holds a decent charge and the CD/DVD drive still works. This is just one example, and the thing to keep in mind is that each person’s quote can and does vary, depending on exactly what is broken with the MacBook.
The reason you are able to sell a broken MacBook for cash is because any working parts, such as displays and CD/DVD drives, can be salvaged and reused. You also do not have to worry about what happens to the nonworking components, as these are properly recycled when you use our buy back service to dispose of your broken Apple® computers. Find out today how much your MacBook is worth, by completing our simple online form.