Jan 10, 2020

Apple Lowers Trade-In Value Of Used iPhones, Macs, iPad, And Watches

As first spotted by iFun.de, overnight, Apple has slashed the trade-in value of iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple Watches. For example, yesterday, Apple.com shows that its trade-in value of the iPhone XS Max is estimated to be as high as $600, but today, Apple is only offering $500, a full $100 less.


The only products that its trade-in values have not been cut are MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, Mac Mini, and Apple Watch Series 1, 2 and 3 models. Here are the list of products that saw trade-in value went down:
  • iPhone XS‌ Max–up to $500 ($600)
  • ‌IPhone XS‌–up to $420 ($500)
  • iPhone XR-up to $300 ($370)
  • ‌IPhone‌ X–up to $320 ($400)
  • iPhone 8 Plus-up to $ 250 ($ 300)
  • ‌IPhone 8‌–up to $ 170 ($220)
  • ‌IPhone‌7 Plus–up to $150 ($200)
  • ‌IPhone‌ 7–up to $ 120 ($150)
  • ‌IPhone‌ 6s Plus–up to $100 ($120)
  • ‌IPhone‌ 6s–up to $ 80 ($100)
  • iPad Pro-up to $220 ($290)
  • ‌IPad‌–up to $100 ($140)
  • iPad Air-up to $70 ($100)
  • ‌IPad‌mini–up to $80 ($120)
  • MacBook Air-up to $660 ($670)
  • MacBook--up to $610 ($630)
  • iMac Pro-up to $4150 ($4240)
  • iMac–up to $1500 ($1560)
The trade-in value adjustment involves the United States, China, the United Kingdom, Germany and other markets.

Apple has aggressively promoted its iPhone trade-in program in its retail stores and websites, and CEO Tim Cook recently argued that this promotion is becoming more effective, noting that one-third or more customers are patronizing their retail stores and eventually replacing old phones with new gear.

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