Apple fans have warned of a “quiet” overnight iPhone swap that will cost you

IF you’re thinking about trading in your old Apple products to cut the cost of a new iPhone, think again.

Apparently Apple is now giving you less for your money.

Changes were noted on the US side


Changes were noted on the US sidePhoto credit: Reuters

After Mac rumoursthe value of traded-in iPhones has decreased by up to 80 US dollars.

It’s not clear if the tech giant has applied the same principle to the UK and other countries.

However, an archived page from Apple’s website dated Jan. 13 shows that you could previously get up to $650 for the iPhone 13 Pro Max.

However, today you can only get a maximum of $570.

That’s an $80 drop from a new purchase.

Similarly, the iPhone 13 Pro went from $550 to $470.

And an iPhone 13 will now set you back $400 instead of $450.

The same has happened to many newer devices that Apple will accept.

Much older kits like the iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone X remain unchanged.

It appears that only the iPhone 11 Pro and newer have seen the rate drop.

Meanwhile, the value of iPads has remained largely the same.

But credit on most MacBooks and Apple Watches also declined, albeit slightly.

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