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Apple Boosts Trade-in Values for Select iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch Models Alongside iPhone Trade-ins

Apple has just announced an increase in trade-in values for select older iPhone models, as part of its efforts to incentivize customers to upgrade to the latest iPhone 14 lineup. The new trade-in pricing applies to the iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, and iPhone 7 Plus models.

According to Apple’s latest trade-in values, the iPhone 13 Pro Max can now fetch up to $600, up from $570. Meanwhile, the iPhone 13 Pro can now fetch up to $500, up from $470. There’s no change in the trade-in value of iPhone 13 and 13 mini, which can still fetch up to $400 and $350, respectively. However, the newly launched iPhone SE 3rd generation can now fetch up to $160.

The trade-in values for the iPhone 12 Pro Max have increased to up to $420, up from $400. The iPhone 12 Pro still fetches up to $330, with no change, while the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, and the 2nd generation iPhone SE all remain unchanged in their trade-in values.

There’s also no change in the trade-in values of the iPhone 11 series, XS series, XR, X, and the iPhone 8 series. However, the trade-in value of the iPhone 7 Plus has increased from $50 to $60, and the iPhone 7 can now fetch up to $40.

Apart from iPhone models, Apple has also increased trade-in values for select iPad and Mac models. For instance, the iPad Air can now fetch up to $320, up from $230, and the MacBook Pro can fetch up to $730, up from $670. Additionally, Apple has increased the trade-in value of the Apple Watch Series 7 to up to $165.

It’s worth noting that while trade-in values have gone up, many of these prices are still lower than the 2022 prices, as Apple decreased trade-in values in January. A full list of trade-in values, including those for Android smartphones, is available on Apple’s trade-in website.

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