iPHONE 15: What you need to know
Upgrading to a brand-new iPhone 15 or iPhone 15 Pro is never going to be a cheap endeavor, but you can always make it cheaper by trading in your old device. And now Apple has told us how much it’s willing to hand over if you trade in your iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro.
While there are always plenty of different trade-in routes available via third parties and carriers, doing it with Apple can be the easiest route if you’re buying a new iPhone from there anyway. The company’s trade-in prices are normally fairly competitive as well, and now we know how much upgrading from last year’s models will cost if you go this route.
As always, these prices are the best-case scenario and assume your iPhone works and doesn’t have any major damage.
Apple has now updated its trade in website, noting exactly how highly it values your 2022 iPhone. Here’s the rundown:
- iPhone 14 Pro Max — Up to $650
- iPhone 14 Pro — Up to $570
- iPhone 14 Plus — Up to $470
- iPhone 14 — Up to $430
To put that into perspective, all of those figures are at least $10 more than the iPhone 13 equivalent was worth a few days ago.
Switching from Android and don’t have an old iPhone to trade in? Don’t worry, Apple will take your phone off your hands as well — although you probably won’t get quite as much for it as you would something with the fruit logo on the back.
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