Apple Increases Trade-In Values for Select iPads and Apple Watches – MacRumors

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Apple on Wednesday increased its estimated trade-in values for select iPad and Apple Watch models in the U.S., according to the company’s website.

Apple increased trade-in values for the iPad Pro, iPad Air, entry-level iPad, Apple Watch Ultra, and Apple Watch Series 7, which could incentivize customers to upgrade these devices heading into the holiday shopping season. Trade-in values for iPhones, Macs, and other iPad and Apple Watch models did not change at this time.

Apple’s trade-in changes are outlined below:

Device Current Trade-In Value Previous Trade-In Value

iPad Pro

Up to $580

Up to $510

iPad Air

Up to $325

Up to $315


Up to $260

Up to $170

Apple Watch Ultra

Up to $425

Up to $380

Apple Watch Series 7

Up to $160

Up to $155

Apple also adjusted trade-in values for select Android smartphones.

Trade-ins can be completed on Apple’s website or at an Apple Store, and the credit can be applied to the purchase of a new Apple product or placed on an Apple gift card for later use. Apple’s trade-in page offers a complete list of values for devices.

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