Itemcycle is an e-commerce company that specializes in purchasing used Apple devices. We buy your used iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, and other Apple devices. We collect data from other buyback companies to offer you the highest price for your used device.
Our process is simple. Select the Apple device you would like to sell and we will provide you with a free shipping label. We inspect all devices that come through our doors, fully test them, and sell them to consumers looking for cost effective Apple products. In cases where a device isn't consumer-ready, we recycle the equipment responsibly and locally.
Itemcycle began in 2012 when a demand for cost effective Apple devices was recognized. A business was started purchasing used Apple products on eBay, certifying the devices, and selling them to consumers. This process is commonly referred to as reCommerce.
Most consumers upgrade their cell phone every 12 to 24 months, and Apple is continually upgrading their products with the newest and coolest features. We specialize in Apple equipment and use this knowledge, along with offers from other companies, to give you the best price for your Apple device. Seriously, compare us to our competitors. We are a Top Rated eBay Seller and maintain a 99% positive feedback rating.
We are conveniently located in the Midwest to allow for fast shipping times all over the country. Faster shipping = the faster you get paid for your Apple device. Our customer service team is local and offers amazing support. Need help finding your MacBook Pro's serial number or just want to talk to us about Apple's latest keynote event? Give us a call at 888-545-2050.
The biggest reason consumers shy away from selling their old devices is the hassle of listing on eBay or the uncertainty of selling on sites such as Craigslist. That's where Itemcycle comes in to play. You let us know what you're selling, we make you an offer, you ship us your old device using the free shipping label provided. No sketchy meetups, no eBay fees, and no buyers claiming that they were sent an empty iPhone box.
So, that's Itemcycle in a nutshell. How can we help you?