The first step would be to find your model number, which will be located on the back of your iPod. The model number will begin with an “A” followed by 4 digits.
Once you have identified the model number we suggest you reference Apple's very own Identify your iPod model to assist you in finding the model information.
It depends. If you're an experienced seller on eBay or Craigslist, you will likely get the highest value for your iPod on those platforms. However, they do require more effort from the seller, charge fees, and come with risk of fraud that novice sellers may not know how to protect themselves from.
If you share these concerns, we recommend using a trade-in site such as ItsWorthMore. Trade in websites leverage their volume discounts and industry know-how to provide a smooth streamlined experience; for a slightly lower payout.
Another alternative is to trade in your iPod directly with Apple. Apple typically offer lower payouts and often come in the form of a gift card.
Some old iPods, especially non-functional ones, do not have much of a resale value and you can choose to recycle them. Recycling in an environmentally friendly manner helps keep toxic pollutants, such as lead, out of the environment. Keeping us all healthier and happier!
Lots of choices out there.
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