Millions of iPhones are now worth more after Apple handed out free perks – check your model for cash bump today.
APPLE has increased the trade-in value of some recent iPhone models.
This week Apple announced new trade-in values for many of its iPhone models – including the iPhone 13.
What is trade-in?
Trade-in is an Apple program that allows people to trade in older devices for credit or cash that can be used to purchase a newer model.
From time to time, Apple provides an estimated trade-in value list for many of its products.
The list includes iMacs, iPhones, Apple Watches, MacBooks, iPads, and even Android-powered devices.
And now trade-in customers should get even more money for their devices.
However, the amount a user can get back during the trade-in also depends on the condition of their current device.
The iPhone 13 Pro Max and iPhone 13 Pro values are up $30 for an estimated trade-in of $600 and $500, respectively.
Apple is also offering an extra $20 for the iPhone 12 Pro Max. You can view the full list below.
New iPhone trade-in values
- iPhone 13 Pro Max – $600
- iPhone 13 Pro – $500
- iPhone 13 – $400
- iPhone 13 Mini – $350
- iPhone SE (3rd Gen) – $160
- iPhone 12 Pro Max – $420
- iPhone 12 Pro – $330
- iPhone 12 – $300
- iPhone 12 mini – $250
- iPhone SE (2nd Gen) – $100
- iPhone 11 Pro Max – $280
- iPhone 11 Pro – $230
- iPhone 11 – $200
- iPhone XS Max – $200
- iPhone XS – $160
- iPhone XR – $150
- iPhone X – $130
- iPhone 8 Plus – $100
- iPhone 8 – $75
- iPhone 7 Plus – $60
- iPhone 7 – $40
It’s unclear why Apple raised its estimated trade-in values after lowering them just before the holiday season last year.
That was the second time in 2022 that Apple lowered the trade-in values of its products — it also lowered them in July.
At the time, Mac desktops faced some of the biggest drops in trade-in value, but iPhone values also plummeted.
Trade-in values have also been reduced for Android smartphones, while Apple Watch Series 3 trade-ins were no longer accepted at all.
How to take part in the ‘trade-in’
You can trade in an old device at the Apple Store or use a prepaid trade-in kit that ships in the mail.
Online trade-ins typically take about two to three weeks and you must be 18 years old to participate.
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