Apple has offered trade-in options when purchasing a new product for almost a decade and regularly updates trade-in values for its older products. The latest US price adjustments are now live on the Apple Trade In homepage. There are some price increases for newer models like the Apple iPhone 13 Pro and several price cuts for older iPhones.
An Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max is now priced at up to $630/€735 compared to $600 previously. The iPhone 13 Pro is priced at $530/€635. However, these are the maximum prices, which can also be significantly lower depending on the condition of the exchanged device.
The Apple iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max are up $20. The iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 13 mini are now $30 and $20 off, respectively. The oldest device that is eligible for a trade-in is the iPhone 7. You can still get $40/€40 from Apple for the old-timer. Apple is also trading in some Samsung and Google phones, with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra being the most expensive device at $305.
Apple has also increased the price of the M1 iPad Pro models by $25 to now $470/€555. The regular iPad and iPad mini are up $10. The Apple Watch Series 4, Watch Series 5 and Watch Series 6 are up a minor $5, while the Watch Series 7 remains the same at up to $165/€180. The full list of eligible trade-in devices can be found at the source link.