Apple has reduced the trade-in value of your Android phone. The Cupertino giant will now discount up to $110 from the phones it picks up.
- Apple has reduced the trade in value of Android phones.
- Apple only accepts Samsung and Google phones for trade-in discounts.
- Apple will now discount up to $110 from needed phones.
If you want to upgrade from an Android phone to an iPhone, you will be shocked at the trade-in value that Apple will offer for your Android phone. Indeed, Apple has reduced the trade-in value of your Android phone. The Cupertino giant will now discount up to $110 from the phones it picks up. Notably, Apple only accepts Samsung and Google phones for trade-in discounts. However, whether you have a Samsung phone or a Google phone, you won’t get the value you want. The changes are only applicable in the United States at this time.
According to MacRumours, Apple has reduced the estimated maximum dollar amounts buyers can receive when trading in their Android phone for an iPhone. Apple has also reduced the value of certain iPad and Mac models. On Apple’s website, you can check the highest amount you could get for your old devices, such as an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple Watch. However, the price displayed on the site is not the final value of your phone, it is only an estimate. The final value depends on many factors including battery condition, condition of your phone, etc.
Here are the full trade-in values for your Android phones by MacRumours
—Samsung Galaxy S21 5G – $260 (was $325)
—Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G – $325 (was $435)
—Samsung Galaxy S20+ – $205 (was $275)
—Samsung Galaxy S20 – $150 (was $205)
—Samsung Galaxy S10+ – $170 (was $185)
—Samsung Galaxy S10 – $150 (was $160)
–Samsung Galaxy S10e – $120 (was $130)
–Samsung Galaxy S9+ – $80 (was $95)
–Samsung Galaxy S9 – $65 (was $75)
–Samsung Galaxy S8+ – $60 (no change)
–Samsung Galaxy S8 – $50 (no change)
–Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – $405 (was $545)
–Samsung Galaxy Note 20 – $285 (was $385)
–Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – $175 (was $235)
–Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – $120 (was $130)
–Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – $45 (was $65)
— Google Pixel 5 – $235 (was $315)
— Google Pixel 4 XL – $135 (was $180)
— Google Pixel 4 – $110 (was $150)
— Google Pixel 4a – $120 (was $160)
— Google Pixel 3 XL – $50 (was $70)
— Google Pixel 3 – $45 (was $55)
— Google Pixel 3a XL – $50 (was $55)
— Google Pixel 3a – $50 (no change)
Some of the high-end Samsung phones are as expensive as an iPhone, but the trade-in value is much lower than the iPhone. So now Android users will have to think of different ways to sell their old Android phones for a better price, because clearly Apple does not want to pay a large sum for an Android phone.
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