1. MikeF808's Avatar
    Wanting to trade in my series 5 for a new 6. I was filling out the trade in questionnaire on apple’s website, which asked about deep scratches and cracks. I did not know how to answer this. My watch screen is sapphire and has a surface scratch and another small blemish. Neither affects the Watch performance and cannot be felt when running your finger across the screen. My question is, is Apple likely to accept this trade in? I’d hate to make my purchase, send in my trade and then find out I’m not getting the $240. I’ve included a pic. Thanks for any advice.
    Attached Thumbnails Will Apple Accept my Watch w/a surface scratch and small blemish during trade-in?-ba968f57-9701-463b-a998-deb00a03cbfc.jpeg  
    09-25-2020 07:47 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    Not sure, but that doesn’t look like a “deep scratch” to me. Can you buff it out?
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    09-25-2020 09:42 AM
  3. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    Yeah, that looks like it may be able to be buffed out.

    My s3 is in immaculate condition and Apple is only offering $95. May decide to just keep it when I buy my new 6.
    09-25-2020 10:10 AM

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