Starting today, all of Apple's retail stores will accept any of the company's ageing products for recycling—and, if it looks resaleable, you might even get some store credit, too.
The scheme is part of Tim Cook's ambition to "leave the world better than we found it." As of today, then, Apple will provide "free, responsible recycling" of any of its products via its bricks-and-mortar stores, though there are no details of what the credit options will be like. Occasionally, Apple will also hold recycling events, too, where it will "accept other companies' products." There's no word if it'll give you Apple vouchers for swapping in your old Samsung—though it might be worth a try! [Apple]