This week, Apple reduced the amount customers may get for trading in certain models of iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch in the United States, just in time for the holiday buying season. The trade-in value of Macs has dropped significantly, with the iMac Pro getting up to $600 (down from up to $1,150) and the MacBook Pro fetching up to $630 (down from up to $850).

The trade-in value of iPhones has dropped by up to $70, while the iPhone XS and XR have both seen price increases of up to $10. Android smartphone trade-in prices have been reduced, and Apple Watch Series 3 trade-ins are no longer accepted. New trade-in values:

Apple Lower The Trade-In Values of Its Products Likes iPhones, iPads, Macs, And More!

  • iPhone 13 Pro Max: Up to $650 (vs. $720)
  • iPhone 13 Pro: Up to $550 (vs. $600)
  • iPhone 13: Up to $450 (vs. $470)
  • iPhone 13 mini: Up to $380 (vs. $380)
  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: Up to $480 (vs. $530)
  • iPhone 12 Pro: Up to $400 (vs. $430)
  • iPhone 12: Up to $300 (vs. $320)
  • iPhone 12 mini: Up to $250 (vs. $250)
  • iPhone SE (2nd generation): Up to $100 (vs. $100)
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max: Up to $330 (vs. $370)
  • iPhone 11 Pro: Up to $250 (vs. $300)
  • iPhone 11: Up to $200 (vs. $220)
  • iPhone XS Max: Up to $200 (vs. $210)
  • iPhone XS: Up to $160 (vs. $150)
  • iPhone XR: Up to $150 (vs. $140)
  • iPhone X: Up to $130 (vs. $130)
  • iPhone 8 Plus: Up to $100 (vs. $110)
  • iPhone 8: Up to $75 (vs. $75)
  • iPhone 7 Plus: Up to $60 (vs. $70)
  • iPhone 7: Up to $40 (vs. $40)
  • iPad Pro: Up to $445 (vs. $500)
  • iPad Air: Up to $230 (vs. $245)
  • iPad: Up to $160 (vs. $195)
  • iPad mini: Up to $240 (vs. $255)
  • MacBook Pro: Up to $630 (vs. $850)
  • MacBook Air: Up to $440 (vs. $420)
  • MacBook: Up to $100 (vs. $175)
  • iMac Pro: Up to $600 (vs. $1,150)
  • iMac: Up to $530 (vs. $680)
  • Mac Pro: Up to $1,250 (vs. $1,550)
  • Mac mini: Up to $305 (vs. $350)
  • Apple Watch Series 7: Up to $155 (vs. $155)
  • Apple Watch Series 6: Up to $105 (vs. $125)
  • Apple Watch SE: Up to $70 (vs. $75)
  • Apple Watch Series 5: Up to $80 (vs. $90)
  • Apple Watch Series 4: Up to $45 (vs. $55)

This serves as a further caution that, if you have the luxury of time, you may want to consider selling your old gadget elsewhere. It’s a safe bet that you can make more money by selling your used electronics on eBay than by keeping them. Also, prices on independent marketplaces like Decluttr, Gazelle, and Swappa are virtually always lower.

Read More: Apple Restricts iPhone App That Enabled Users To Share Files During China Protests!

Apple Lower The Trade-In Values of Its Products Likes iPhones, iPads, Macs, And More!

Finding a buyer willing to pay $706 for a working iPhone 12 Pro Max on Decluttr didn’t take more than a couple of minutes. The value may be considerably lower, but that’s already $100 more than Apple would offer you for a working, unopened model in pristine shape.

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