Amid worries that iPhone demand is slowing and reports of Apple suppliers cutting revenue forecasts, Apple has upped its trade-in value for older iPhones for those looking to upgrade to its latest XR, XS and XS Max models using its GiveBack program.
The new values, which extend to devices ranging from the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus all the way to last year’s iPhone 8, can net you anywhere between $150 for a 6 and $200 for a 6 Plus to $300 for a 7 Plus or an 8, assuming your phone is in good condition. For reference, prior to this boost, Apple was offering just $75 for an iPhone 6 and $100 for a 6 Plus.
You would need to buy a new iPhone during the trade-in process to qualify for the increased value. If you aren’t buying a new phone, you will get the prior value in the form of an Apple Store gift card.
Read more at USA Today.