Last week, Apple cut the price of its $599 iPhone to $399 and discontinued the old $499 model. A few days and many complaints from early adopters later, the company announced plans to offer $100 in Apple Store credit to users who bought the device before the price cut. As DailyTech reports, Apple has delivered on its promise, and iPhone owners can now redeem their credit.
To do so, they must simply point their browsers to this page and key in their iPhone's serial number and telephone number. Once the information is sent, users receive an SMS message containing the access code needed to redeem the $100 credit. Said code can be used either at Apple's online store or at brick-and-mortar Apple stores.
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