Find out your iPhone’s trade-in value before next week’s Apple event

Apple is announcing new iPhones next week. You may not have enough cash available to get one when it launches. There is a way to alleviate this.


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With Apple’s big event just days away, it’s probably wise to find out the estimated trade-in value of your current iPhone (or Apple Watch, or other product being updated at the event) in case you want to get a new one .

Luckily, this couldn’t be easier. Apple’s official trade-in website provides a full list of trade-in values ​​for its devices.

List of Apple iPhone trade-in values

  • iPhone 13 Pro Max: Up to $640

  • iPhone 13 Pro: Up to $530

  • iPhone 13: Up to $420

  • iPhone 13 mini: Up to $330

  • iPhone SE (3rd generation): Up to $160

  • iPhone 12 Pro Max: Up to $460

  • iPhone 12 Pro: Up to $360

  • iPhone 12: Up to $300

  • iPhone 12 mini: Up to $200

  • iPhone SE (2nd generation): Up to $90

  • iPhone 11 Pro Max: Up to $300

  • iPhone 11 Pro: Up to $250

  • iPhone 11: Up to $200

  • iPhone XS Max: Up to $200

  • iPhone XS: Up to $150

  • iPhone XR: Up to $150

  • iPhone X: Up to $120

  • iPhone 8 Plus: Up to $90

  • iPhone 8: Up to $70

  • iPhone 7 Plus: Up to $50

  • iPhone 7: Up to $40

Of course there are reservations about this. First, iPhone 14 trade-in values ​​are not part of this list yet. And even with new iPhones, you’ll only get a limited amount, as the site lists the iPhone 13 Pro Max as having an estimated trade-in value of $640. It goes back to the iPhone 7, which costs a hefty $40. And yes, these are technically estimates; You could go to an Apple Store and theoretically get less than what’s listed here.

However, the point is that you can at least get one idea of how much the iPhone 15 costs if it’s a sensible trade-in. Considering how much phones cost these days, that never hurts.

Chrissy Callahan

Chrissy Callahan is a Worldtimetodays U.S. News Reporter based in Canada. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Chrissy Callahan joined Worldtimetodays in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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