Apple has updated the prices it will pay for some trade-ins to make a number of Android devices worth less than they previously were.

What’s more, some of Apple’s own products have seen reductions in value, too.

Apple offers people the chance to trade older devices in as a way to reduce the cost of a brand new product, whether that’s a new iPhone 13 or an Apple Watch Series 7. If Apple sells it, you can normally trade something in against it.

While Apple’s trade-in prices depend on the condition of the product, the price at the top end of the chart is normally the one most people will receive. With that in mind, MacRumors has collated a list of Android devices that have seen their value fall.

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 5G – $260 ($325)
  • Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G – $325 ($435)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20+ – $205 ($275)
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 – $150 ($205)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10+ – $170 ($185)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 – $150 ($160)
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e – $120 ($130)
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ – $80 ($95)
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 – $65 ($75)
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ – $60 (no change)
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 – $50 (no change)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – $405 ($545)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20 – $285 ($385)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – $175 ($235)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – $120 ($130)
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – $45 ($65)
  • Google Pixel 5 – $235 ($315)
  • Google Pixel 4 XL – $135 ($180)
  • Google Pixel 4 – $110 ($150)
  • Google Pixel 4a – $120 ($160)
  • Google Pixel 3 XL – $50 ($70)
  • Google Pixel 3 – $45 ($55)
  • Google Pixel 3a XL – $50 ($55)
  • Google Pixel 3a – $50 (no change)

Apple is also now paying less for some of its own products, too. Those include the iMac, Mac mini, iPad Air, and more.

  • Baseline iPad – $200 ($205)
  • iPad Air – $335 ($345)
  • MacBook Pro – $1415 ($1630)
  • MacBook Air – $530 ($550)
  • MacBook (discontuined) – $325 ($340)
  • iMac – $1260 ($1320)
  • Mac mini – $740 ($800)

If you’re looking to trade an old product in you can find out how much it’s worth in the Apple Store app on your iPhone or iPad or by checking out the Apple website.

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