Apple, Microsoft are offering cash back in exchange for Macs and iPhones

Apple and Microsoft are giving Mac owners a $5,000 cash back bonus if they purchase an iPhone or iPad.

Mac owners who purchase the new iPhone SE have until June 27 to sign up for the offer.

Apple and Apple will also offer the cash back as part of a new Apple Pay app, which is available for both Android and iOS devices.

Apple and Microsoft have been offering cashback bonuses in exchange-based programs since 2015.

They have not been offered in-app purchases since.

Apple said it is the first time cashback offers have been offered on iOS.

Apple’s $1,000 Apple Pay bonus will also be available for purchases made with the iPhone SE, the company said.

Apple said it will also give Mac users a $2,000 bonus in the same manner.

Apple is also offering a $1 credit on each new iPhone sold through its App Store, for an annual fee of $10.

The bonus applies to all purchases made using Apple Pay, and can be used to upgrade a Mac or iPhone.

The iPhone is Apple’s most popular smartphone, and has been a hit for the company in the past year.

Apple has also been offering iPhone owners a free month of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, with an additional $25 discount on purchases over $600.

Mac users can also get a $10 credit for the first year of Apple Pay if they have an iPhone 5c, 5s, 5c Plus, 6, 6 Plus, or 6s.

Microsoft said it has also rolled out a $100 credit on purchases made by Windows 10 users.

Windows 10 is the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system and comes with new features like an expanded desktop, a new Metro UI, and Cortana.

Users can get an additional credit for a second year of the Windows 10 trial, which expires June 30.

Windows 10 customers can also earn an additional cashback bonus of $100 for a $200 purchase, with the additional credit expiring on June 30 of the following year.