and the recent announcement of new, McRumors Apple has quietly adjusted trade-in prices for its devices. In the US, iPhone models are often worth less than they used to be. For example, if you plan to trade in soon, Apple says it offers up to $570 towards the purchase of a new device. Previously, the company’s 2021 flagship could fetch up to $650. Other iPhone 13 models have similarly dropped in price. As of this week, the iPhone 13 Pro will fetch up to $470 on new purchases, up from the previously estimated $550. Meanwhile, trade-in prices for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini have gone from $450 and $380, respectively, to as high as $400 and $350.
Not all iPhone trade-in prices are dropping. For example, you can get up to $200 on an iPhone 11, just like until this week. The same is true for older models such as iPhone X and iPhone 8. Trade-in prices for iPads haven’t dropped either. Bring your iPad Pro to your nearest Apple Store for up to $445. Interestingly, Apple now offers more offers for most Mac trade-ins. Specifically, older MacBook Pro models can expect up to $670 from the previous $630 on their next purchase, and $440 up to $460 for the older MacBook Air. A full list of trade-in prices can be found at .