Apple Now Accepts Google Pixel 4a and Pixel 5 and Samsung Note 20 for Trade-In Towards New iPhone Purchase

Apple now allows customers to trade-in their Google Pixel 4a, Google Pixel 5, and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 devices for credit towards new Apple product purchases.

iPhone trade in
As part of Apple's trade-in program, customers can trade in a Google Pixel 5 and receive up to $350 of credit towards purchasing a new product, the Google Pixel 4a for a value of up to $180, or the Galaxy Note 20 for up to $425.

Alongside the new additions, Apple has also updated the maximum trade-in value of almost all other Android smartphones.

  • Samsung Galaxy S20+: $305, down $10
  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $230, down $10
  • Samsung Galaxy S10+: $250, up $30
  • Samsung Galaxy S10: $180, down $5
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e: $190, up $45
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+: $145, up $35
  • Samsung Galaxy S9: $125, up $35
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+: $100, up $30
  • Samsung Galaxy S8: $80, up $25
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10: $260, down $10
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8: $75, down $5
  • Google Pixel 4 XL: $200, down $20
  • Google Pixel 4: $170, down $15
  • Google Pixel 3 XL: $80, down $10
  • Google Pixel 3a: $70, up $20

Apple determines the exact value of the traded-in product depending on its condition, such as if it has scratches, or dents and if it functions correctly. If a customer has a device not included on Apple's list of trade-in devices, the company does recycle devices for free. More information can be found on Apple's trade-in page.

Popular Stories

iPhone SE 4 Vertical Camera Feature

iPhone SE 4 Rumored to Use Same Rear Chassis as iPhone 16

Friday July 19, 2024 7:16 am PDT by
Apple will adopt the same rear chassis manufacturing process for the iPhone SE 4 that it is using for the upcoming standard iPhone 16, claims a new rumor coming out of China. According to the Weibo-based leaker "Fixed Focus Digital," the backplate manufacturing process for the iPhone SE 4 is "exactly the same" as the standard model in Apple's upcoming iPhone 16 lineup, which is expected to...
iPhone 17 Plus Feature

iPhone 17 Lineup Specs Detail Display Upgrade and New High-End Model

Monday July 22, 2024 4:33 am PDT by
Key details about the overall specifications of the iPhone 17 lineup have been shared by the leaker known as "Ice Universe," clarifying several important aspects of next year's devices. Reports in recent months have converged in agreement that Apple will discontinue the "Plus" iPhone model in 2025 while introducing an all-new iPhone 17 "Slim" model as an even more high-end option sitting...
iPhone 16 Pro Sizes Feature

iPhone 16 Series Is Just Two Months Away: Everything We Know

Monday July 15, 2024 4:44 am PDT by
Apple typically releases its new iPhone series around mid-September, which means we are about two months out from the launch of the iPhone 16. Like the iPhone 15 series, this year's lineup is expected to stick with four models – iPhone 16, iPhone 16 Plus, iPhone 16 Pro, and iPhone 16 Pro Max – although there are plenty of design differences and new features to take into account. To bring ...
Apple TV Plus Feature 2 Magenta and Blue

Apple TV+ Curbs Costs After Expensive Projects Fail to Capture Viewers

Monday July 22, 2024 5:11 am PDT by
Apple is scaling back its Hollywood spending after investing over $20 billion in original programming with limited success, Bloomberg reports. This shift comes after the streaming service, which launched in 2019, struggled to capture a significant share of the market, accounting for only 0.2% of TV viewership in the U.S., compared to Netflix's 8%. Despite heavy investment, critical acclaim,...
bsod

Microsoft Blames European Commission for Major Worldwide Outage

Monday July 22, 2024 11:55 am PDT by
Last Friday, a major CrowdStrike outage impacted PCs running Microsoft Windows, causing worldwide issues affecting airlines, retailers, banks, hospitals, rail networks, and more. Computers were stuck in continuous recovery loops, rendering them unusable. The failure was caused by an update to the CrowdStrike Falcon antivirus software that auto-installed on Windows 10 PCs, but Mac and Linux...

Top Rated Comments

Td1970 Avatar
44 months ago

Won’t last long, most of them buyers will sell their phones once they see all that bloat, lag, camera lag, heat issues, ever wonder why Samsung don‘t offer a 14 days return policy like apple does all around the world, because most people would return their bloatsung phones. ?
It’s post like this that make me wonder about the age of posters. ?
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Gsmaniac Avatar
44 months ago

Uh maybe because it's not an Apple phone therefore Apple can't do anything with it such as refurbish it.
Since when is iPhone SE not an Apple phone.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
djcerla Avatar
44 months ago
TIiO (Trash In, iPhone Out)
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
hot-gril Avatar
44 months ago
Where do they go, the incinerator?
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
joeblow7777 Avatar
44 months ago

Won’t last long, most of them buyers will sell their phones once they see all that bloat, lag, camera lag, heat issues, ever wonder why Samsung don‘t offer a 14 days return policy like apple does all around the world, because most people would return their bloatsung phones. ?
I mean, I get that this is an Apple forum and most of us are here because we prefer iPhones, but fanboy nonsense is just silly. Samsung makes some really impressive phones that a lot people prefer. It's ridiculous to dismiss their products as crap, and that's how we get the reputation as "Apple Sheep". Both company's products have advantages and disadvantages over the other, and neither is really objectively better. It's just a matter of preference.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Maconplasma Avatar
44 months ago

Why is my SE1 only worth $25?
Uh maybe because it's not an Apple phone therefore Apple can't do anything with it such as refurbish it.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)