Apple has adjusted trade-in prices for many devices again. The company does this frequently, depending on market value and new product releases. This time, Apple has adjusted the trade-in prices for his iPhone, Mac, and Apple Watch, but the trade-in prices for the iPad remain the same.
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iPhone trade-in price:
As you can see below, this trade-in price drop primarily affected Apple’s newer iPhone models, with many older devices still worth the same ( McRumors):
- iPhone 13 Pro Max – up to $570 (down from $650)
- iPhone 13 Pro – up to $470 (down from $550)
- iPhone 13 up to $400 (down from $450)
- iPhone 13 mini – up to $350 (down from $380)
- iPhone 12 Pro Max – up to $400 (down from $480)
- iPhone 12 Pro – up to $330 (down from $400)
- iPhone 12 – up to $300 (same price)
- iPhone 12 mini – up to $250 (same price)
- iPhone SE (2nd generation) – up to $100 (same)
- iPhone 11 Pro Max – up to $280 (down from $330)
- iPhone 11 Pro – up to $230 (down from $250)
- iPhone 11 – up to $200 (same price)
- iPhone XS Max – up to $200 (same)
- iPhone XS – up to $160 (same)
- iPhone XR – up to $150 (same)
- iPhone X – up to $130 (same)
- iPhone 8 Plus – up to $100 (same price)
- iPhone 8 – up to $75 (same)
- iPhone 7 Plus – up to $50 (down from $60)
- iPhone 7 – up to $40 (same price)
Apple Watch trade-in price:
- Apple Watch Series 7: up to $160 ( gain from $155)
- Apple Watch Series 6: Up to $105 (same price)
- Apple Watch SE: up to $65 (down from $70)
- Apple Watch Series 5: up to $75 (down from $80)
- Apple Watch Series 4: Up to $45 (vs. $45)
Mac trade-in price:
- MacBook Pro: up to $670 ( gain from $630)
- MacBook Air: Up to $460 ( gain from $440)
- MacBook: up to $110 ( gain from $100)
- iMac Pro: up to $600 (same price)
- iMac: up to $530 (same price)
- Mac Pro: up to $1,250 (same price)
- Mac mini: up to $340 ( gain from $305)
You can find trade-in values for all Apple devices on the Apple trade-in website. You can view an archived version of the page here to compare values over time.
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