Apple Slashes Trade-In Values for iPhones, iPads, Macs, and More

Apple this week lowered its trade-in values for select iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch models in the United States, resulting in customers receiving less money for their existing devices heading into the holiday shopping season.

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Macs have some of the most significant trade-in value reductions, with the iMac Pro now fetching up to $600 versus up to $1,150 previously and the MacBook Pro now worth up to $630 compared with up to $850 previously. iPhone trade-in values have decreased by up to $70, although the iPhone XS and iPhone XR have each increased by up to $10.

Trade-in values have also been slashed for Android smartphones, while Apple Watch Series 3 trade-ins are no longer accepted.

New trade-in values:

  • iPhone 13 Pro Max: Up to $650 (vs. $720)
  • iPhone 13 Pro: Up to $550 (vs. $600)
  • iPhone 13: Up to $450 (vs. $470)
  • iPhone 13 mini: Up to $380 (vs. $380)
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: Up to $480 (vs. $530)
  • iPhone 12 Pro: Up to $400 (vs. $430)
  • iPhone 12: Up to $300 (vs. $320)
  • iPhone 12 mini: Up to $250 (vs. $250)
  • iPhone SE (2nd generation): Up to $100 (vs. $100)
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max: Up to $330 (vs. $370)
  • iPhone 11 Pro: Up to $250 (vs. $300)
  • iPhone 11: Up to $200 (vs. $220)
  • iPhone XS Max: Up to $200 (vs. $210)
  • iPhone XS: Up to $160 (vs. $150)
  • iPhone XR: Up to $150 (vs. $140)
  • iPhone X: Up to $130 (vs. $130)
  • iPhone 8 Plus: Up to $100 (vs. $110)
  • iPhone 8: Up to $75 (vs. $75)
  • iPhone 7 Plus: Up to $60 (vs. $70)
  • iPhone 7: Up to $40 (vs. $40)
  • iPad Pro: Up to $445 (vs. $500)
  • iPad Air: Up to $230 (vs. $245)
  • iPad: Up to $160 (vs. $195)
  • iPad mini: Up to $240 (vs. $255)
  • MacBook Pro: Up to $630 (vs. $850)
  • MacBook Air: Up to $440 (vs. $420)
  • MacBook: Up to $100 (vs. $175)
  • iMac Pro: Up to $600 (vs. $1,150)
  • iMac: Up to $530 (vs. $680)
  • Mac Pro: Up to $1,250 (vs. $1,550)
  • Mac mini: Up to $305 (vs. $350)
  • Apple Watch Series 7: Up to $155 (vs. $155)
  • Apple Watch Series 6: Up to $105 (vs. $125)
  • Apple Watch SE: Up to $70 (vs. $75)
  • Apple Watch Series 5: Up to $80 (vs. $90)
  • Apple Watch Series 4: Up to $45 (vs. $55)

The full list of values can be found on Apple's trade-in website.

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Top Rated Comments

dantracht Avatar
22 months ago
Never ever ever trade anything to apple. Sell it yourself.
Score: 59 Votes (Like | Disagree)
antiprotest Avatar
22 months ago

You guys act like Apple is a damn charity. Their entire purpose for existing is to make as much money as possible. Same for any business.
We are not charities either. And it's not like the entire purpose of our existence is to give them money. They have the right to charge whatever they want, and we have the right to complain as much as we want.
Score: 37 Votes (Like | Disagree)
madquack Avatar
22 months ago
Sell it on swappa instead. Screw apple’s bogus trade in values. Cheap A$$es!
Score: 29 Votes (Like | Disagree)
brandoman Avatar
22 months ago
Got that used car dealer vibe/pawnshops.
Score: 28 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TheYayAreaLiving ?️ Avatar
22 months ago
It seems like Apple doesn’t even want you to trade your old devices to Apple anymore.
Score: 21 Votes (Like | Disagree)
roar08 Avatar
22 months ago
Wait, the value of these devices *falls* over time?
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)