Following the recent announcement of and new as noted by MacRumors Apple has been quietly adjusting the trade-in values it offers for its own devices. In the US, iPhone models now often cost less than before. For example, if you plan to trade in soon, Apple says it will offer up to $570 toward the purchase of a new device. Before that, you could get up to $650 for the company’s 2021 flagship. Other iPhone 13 models have also dropped in value. Starting this week, the iPhone 13 Pro will set you back up to $470 for a new purchase, down from the up to $550 you could expect before. Meanwhile, iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini trade-ins are now priced at a maximum of $400 and $350, down from $450 and $380, respectively.
Not every iPhone has seen its trade value drop. For example, you can get up to $200 off an iPhone 11, just like you could before this week. The same goes for even older models like the iPhone X and iPhone 8. The replacement value of the iPad hasn’t gone down either. Bring an iPad Pro to your nearest Apple Store and the company will offer you up to $445. Interestingly, Apple now offers more for most Mac replacements. Specifically, an old model MacBook Pro can now set you back up to $670 on your next purchase, up from $630 before, while you can expect up to $460, down from $440, for an older MacBook Air. You can find the full list of exchange values at .
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