It may be hard to imagine as you gaze upon your shiny new iPhone 6, but there just may come a day when you’ll want something even newer and shinier.
At that point, you may decide to sell your iPhone on eBay or Craigslist to offset the price of its replacement. But what if Apple said you couldn’t sell a working version of one of its products? What if Apple demanded that buyers of its used gear pay a hefty fee to activate the operating system, or required them to pay for a service contract? Article posted here.