Apple drops trade-in value for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Watch ahead of new releases in the fall
Added 07-05-22 09:31:01am EST - “A couple of months after lowering the estimated price for most of its products, Apple is dropping once again trade-in value for the iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. This time, iPhone models are also seeing their trade-in value going down,…” - 9to5mac.com
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A couple of months after lowering the estimated price for most of its products, Apple is dropping once again trade-in value for the iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch. This time, iPhone models are also seeing their trade-in value going down, which means you’ll get less when trading in them for a new product by the company.
These new trade-in values have been updated two months before Apple announces its new batch of products. If the company follows its pattern, in September, new iPhone and Apple Watch models should be announced, followed by new iPads – an entry-level and the Pro versions – plus new Macs.
As spotted by MacRumors, Apple lowered by a lot the trade-in value for the iPhone 12. It’s also worth noting that the iPhone 6s now is worth up to $25 and the Apple Watch Series 3, $40. Here are all the new prices.
As previously noted by 9to5Mac, with Apple completing the transition from Intel to its own silicon for the Macs, makes sense why their value keeps dropping. For iPhones, as the company comes closer to the launch of the iPhone 14 series, it makes sense why trade-in values for the almost two-year-old iPhone 12 are now dropping.
Brazilian tech Journalist. Author at 9to5Mac. Previously at tv globo, the main TV broadcaster in Latin America.
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