Apple Adjusts The Trade-In Value Of iPads And iPhones As Well As Some Macs

Apple has quietly changed some of the trade-in values for select iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Apple allows users to hand in their existing devices and receive credit towards a new one but the amount of credit received does depend on the item and its condition.

First noticed by MacRumors, Apple has now changed the amount of credit offered across the iPad Pro, Mac, and iPhone with some actually increasing.

On the ‌iPad‌ lineup, the iPad Pro has had its value go up by $45 to $580, versus the previous $535. The standard ‌iPad‌ trade-in value has gone down by $15 to $235. In the Mac family, the MacBook Air is now valued at $530, down from $600. The discontinued MacBook is down by $40 to $340, and the discontinued iMac Pro is valued at $2,940, down $100. iMac value has had a reduction by $130 to $1,050, and the Mac mini down $60, to a value of $770.

It’s a similar story for iPhone, with iPhone 11 Pro Max now worth $15 while an iPhone 11 Pro worth $465.

Both prices represent a slight increase. The iPhone 6S Plus is now worth $65, while an iPhone 11 will rake in $380.

Again, it’s important to remember that the condition of the device you’re trading in will greatly alter its value, so keep that in mind when doing your calculations the next time you’re heading into an Apple Store.

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