Apple adjusts the trade-values of many products, including the iPhone 13

Apple isn’t particularly known for its generosity. This in itself isn’t a big deal, but when combined with the fact that Cupertino’s devices are known to be very expensive, it can become a thorny one.

One way users can save new Apple products are traded in with old technology. How much this can lower the price depends a lot on what you trade in. In fact, Apple regularly adjusts trade-in price estimates.

Well, a few months after its release, With the iPhone 14 lineup, Cupertino has once again completed this familiar exercise. The adjustments are primarily for smartphones, including past iPhone models. The trade-in price of the iPad remains unchanged.

this The change was first spotted by MacRumors who published it. Dedicated article on this issue. Older iPhone models lose up to $80 in estimated trade-in value.

of The iPhone 13 lineup was particularly affected.high end iPhone 13 Pro and Both iPhone 13 Pro Max lost their $80 trade-in value. It’s also the only two 2021 models that Apple didn’t discontinue after the launch of the iPhone 14.

of iPhone 13 and The iPhone 13 mini, which users can still buy directly from Apple, has new trade-in prices of $400 and $350 respectively. Interestingly, the price of Apple’s smallest iPhone dropped by just $30.

In addition, the trade-in price is iPhone SE 3 (2022) remains unchanged. This lends credibility to reports showing that there is no successor in the company’s immediate future plans.

One of the few products that actually increased in value was the original Apple Watch SE from 2020, which celebrated its successor last year. Overall, these adjustments seem fair in the grand scheme of things. Especially looking at the trade-in price, The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is just $305.

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