Trade In Program

You can now trade-in your old Mac for credit towards the purchase of a new one at the MacCafé. Your hard drive will be wiped-out and overwritten several times using DoD standards, ensuring your privacy. We can also transfer your data from the old Mac to your new computer, if needed.

Tips for the Trade
Back up your old computer
at home,
or you can apply some of your trade-in credit towards having us transfer the data onto the new computer for you. Make sure to check your backup carefully because your old computer will be securely erased after you trade it in.

Schedule a time with our appraiser before bringing your machine in. Our appraiser will test every component of your potential trade-in. If for any reason we find that your computer is not in good condition we reserve the right to reject the trade or will reduce the trade-in value accordingly.
Bring as many original accessories as possible such as the original box, power cord, original software installation disks, keyboard, mouse, etc. Having all your accessories can raise your trade-in value.

After we evaluate your old computer we will give you a final trade-in offer based on your computer's condition/accessories included. If you accept the offer, you can apply the credit towards a new computer. 


Mac Models Eligible for Trade-in Credit

Computers: All models with a Core 2 Duo processor or higher 

iPads/iPhones: Depends on the model/condition

Displays: Apple LCD Displays or other name brand LCD displays


If your Mac doesn't qualify for our trade-in program, or you have an older PC, we can still recycle your computer for FREE.

MacCafé Specials

iMac 21.5" (Special configuration)
2.8 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
$1,449 -- $50 off
iMac 21.5" (Special configuration)
1.6 GHz, 8GB RAM, 256 GB SSD 
$1,299 -- $50 off

Focal XS 2.1 Near Field Speaker System

now $349 --- save $250

iPhone 5/5S & SE cases up to 50% off

 Check out our Sales page for more deals!

6/23/17: iOS 10.3 Moves iCloud and iTunes in the Settings App
iOS 10.3, which Apple released in March 2017, had a number of notable changes, along with one minor tweak that could cause confusion. In iOS 10.2 and earlier, if you wanted to change your iCloud, iTunes, or App Store settings, you’d tap Settings > iCloud or Settings > iTunes & App Store. In iOS 10.3, however, Apple combined all these settings and more into a new Apple ID menu item that’s labeled with your name and prominently positioned at the top of the Settings app. In that Apple ID screen, you can control every aspect of your account, including personal information, passwords, security options, payment details, iCloud syncing, iTunes and App Store downloads, Family Sharing, and all your devices. Take a minute to scan through everything that’s possible so the next time you need to adjust one of these settings, you’ll remember where to go.

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