Apple's official iPhone trade-in program has been expanded into Italy, reports say. While the company's local retail webpages
have yet to make reference, the program is being advertised
within the Apple Store iPhone app
. During a trade-in, people can use an older iPhone -- going as far back as the 3G -- as credit toward the purchase of any current model.
A source meanwhile claims that Apple has been training Australian retail workers on the program, and could be ready to launch there as soon as this week. iPhone trade-ins are still limited to a relatively small group of countries, including the US, Canada, Spain, Germany, France, and the UK. iPad trade-ins are also available in those regions, but Apple isn't advertising the option in Italy yet.