Apple cuts trade-in values of iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watch models
Apple has slashed the trade-in values of iPhones, iPads, Macs, and Apple Watch models, now paying $100 less than it did 24 hours ago for second-hand iPhone XS Max models and $70 less for the iPad Pro.
Spotted by iFun.de, Apple has swiftly lowered the trade-in values for all previously accepted products with the exception of the MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and Apple Watch Series 1, Apple Watch Series 2, and Apple Watch Series 3.
Selling a second-hand iPhone X to Apple would previously earn you up to $400 in Apple Store credit dependant on the condition of the device. Today’s update sees that trade-in value cut to $320, whereas the iPhone 7 Plus which would previously earn up to $200 now has the value of up to $150.
Apple’s reduced trade-in values have been applied to multiple countries and regions, including the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and more.