Apple lowers trade-in value of most iPhones

Apple has lowered the trade-in value of all iPhones, ahead of the launch of the next-generation iPhone 12 and 12 Pro, due in September. The changes, spotted by MacRumors, are all quite minor, but affect the value of the iPhone XS Max to the iPhone 6 Plus.

The cheapest iPhone 11, with trade-in, has gone up by $30 from $449 to $479. This is because the iPhone 8 value has decreased by the same amount.

iPhone XS Max
Previously $500
Now $450 (down $50)‌iPhone XS‌: Previously $420, now $370 (down $50)

iPhone XR
Previously $300
Now $270 (down $30)

‌iPhone‌ X
Previously $320
Now: $280 (down $40)

iPhone‌ 8 Plus
Previously $250
Now: $220 (down $30)

‌iPhone‌ 8
Still $170

‌iPhone‌ 7 Plus
Previously $150
Now: $130 (down $20)

‌iPhone‌ 7
Previously $120
Now: $110 (down $10)

‌iPhone‌ 6s Plus
Still $100

‌iPhone‌ 6s
Previously $80
Now: $70 (down $10)

‌iPhone‌ 6 Plus
Previously $50
Now: $45 (down $5)

‌iPhone‌ 6
Still $30

iPhone SE (1st generation)
Still $30

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