Apple has lowered trade-in prices for some iPhones McRumorswhich means you get less money when you trade in your older affected device.
The iPhone 13 Pro line appears to be the hardest hit, with trade-in prices dropping by $80. iPhone 13 Pro Max trade-in goes from $650 up to $570 and iPhone 13 Pro trade-in goes from $550 up to $470. The iPhone 13 trade-in price is $50 lower, and the iPhone 13 Mini trade-in price is $30 lower.
Trade-in prices for some other Apple devices have also been adjusted. For Mac, I also actually did Up – More features are available on MacBook laptops and Mac Minis, but nothing has changed on other Macs. It’s also $5 more for the Apple Watch Series 7, but $5 less for the Apple Watch SE or Apple Watch Series 5. The trade-in price for your iPad will not change.
It’s unclear why Apple decided to change the trade-in price now, and the company didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. This is not a malfunction. McRumors.
That said, Apple’s trade-in pricing has come under some criticism lately. As MKBHD writer and researcher David Imel discovered, you can’t even get enough money to trade in a $50,000+ Mac Pro. How to buy iPhone 14 ProPersonally, I’m disappointed that my two-year-old iPhone 12 Mini is worth only $250 from Apple. At this point, I’m going to stick with it as long as I can, even if the battery replacement is going to be expensive.
If you’re planning on trading in your device for an upgraded iPhone despite the price drop, keep an eye on the refurbished section of Apple’s online store. The company has started selling refurbished iPhone 13 Mini, Pro, and Pro Max in select European countries. The iPhone 13 lineup is also listed in US stores, but is not yet available for purchase.