Apple has a program that allows users of branded products to buy new devices at a discount when returning old devices. The company updated values for the iPhone, Mac, iPad, and Apple Watch trade-in shortly after the issue was discussed on Twitter.
Places that allow exchanges include the United States and Canada, but Brazil not included. Unfortunately for users, the iPhone trade-in price has dropped to as low as $80. The program also accepts Android smartphones, and their trade-in price has dropped by the same amount.
Mac computers go up to $40, while others remain unchanged. The same is true for Apple Watch smart watches, which are discounted on some models. iPads follow at the same price.
Among mobile phones, The iPhone 7 is the oldest model Apple still accepts in return., up to $40 off. The latest is the iPhone 13 Pro Max, which was valued at $650 and is now available for $570.
Among the computers, the lowest is the MacBook, which costs up to $110 (from $100 previously), and the Mac Pro is the highest, at $1,250. The oldest tradeable Apple Watch is Series 4, which goes back to $45, Series 7 goes up to $160.
The traditional iPad costs up to $160, while the Pro costs up to $445. A full list of prices is available in the buy section or trade-in section of the Apple website.
Source: Tec Mundo
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