Apple updated its trade-in values on its online Apple Store homepage, so if you own an older Apple device, you are eligible for a better trade-in offer. Then again, some older devices' trade-in values have increased by only a few percent.
Naturally, the newer iPhone 13 Pro Max gets one of the higher bumps and is now eligible for a $600 trade-in offer while the 13 Pro can slash up to $500 off of your next purchase. Some iPads are also getting a re-evaluation and the iPad Air is now valued at $320, which is a $90 increase. The good old vanilla iPad is now $165, a $5 hike from before.
Apple Watch Series 7, Series 5 and Series 4 and Watch SE all get a modest $5 boost.
You can check the full list of eligible devices for trade-ins at the source link below. You will also find some Android-powered smartphones there, limited to Samsung and Google-made smartphones.
Keep in mind that those trade-in values are the best-case scenario. It all depends on the device's condition and age.
Good question, and one that doesn’t apply to Apple alone. The irony here is that I can see everyone suggesting people sell their devices privately, that the seller can get more money. Whilst this may be true, I would suggest anyone looking to buy som...
$90 is "Massive" lol compared to overpriced overrated junk