Apple today increased trade-in values ​​for some Mac devices, with the update coinciding with the launch of the new 13-inch and 15-inch M3 MacBook Air models.


Mac users who choose to trade in an older machine can get between $120 and $1,315, with values ​​increasing from the previous range of $115 to $1,070. Most replacement values ​​saw only slight increases or remained the same, but Mac Studio raised the values.

Apple is now offering up to $1,315 when trading in ‌Mac Studio‌, with the previous maximum at $1,070.

  • MacBook Pro – Up to $1000 (up from $990)
  • MacBook Air – Up to $550 (no change)
  • MacBook – Up to $160 (up from $150)
  • iMac – Up to $440 (no change)
  • iMac Pro – Up to $500 (no change)
  • Mac mini – Up to $400 (down from $410)
  • Mac studio – Up to $1,315 (up from $1,070)
  • Mac Pro – Up to $800 (less than $900)

Trade-in values ​​vary based on the condition, year, and configuration of the Mac being traded in. Macs can be traded in for a new one or the value can be added to an Apple Gift Card.

Trade-in values ​​for other devices such as the iPhone and Apple Watch are unchanged.

Popular stories

Apple Maps vs. Google Maps: Which is Better?

Apple Maps has been providing navigational guidance to Apple users for nearly 13 and a half years now, and a lot has changed about the app in that time. However, according to data from Canalys, the vast majority of iPhones in the US still have downloaded Google Maps as an alternative to Apple Maps, which comes pre-installed on all iPhones. We want to hear from MacRumors readers. That does not…

Apple TV+ gets over 50 movies for a limited time

Apple TV+ today features more than 50 movies, adding to its content catalog for a limited time. The collection includes a large number of popular and classic titles. Subscribers can access movies in the “Great Movies on Apple TV+” section of the Apple TV app. Some titles are also available in 3D. Movies in the collection include: 21 Jump Street 300 American Sniper Argo…

Apple announces new MacBook Air models with the M3 chip

Apple today announced new 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air models with the M3 chip, improved external display support, Wi-Fi 6E, and more. Apple says the new MacBook Air is up to 60% faster than the M1 and up to 13 times faster than the fastest Intel-based MacBook Air. With a faster, more efficient Neural Engine, Apple says the MacBook Air is still “the best consumer laptop…

Gorman: There is no Apple event planned for the upcoming iPad and Mac

Apple is not planning to hold a traditional event to unveil the new iPad and Mac devices, according to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. Instead, he said, Apple plans to advertise the products on its website through “a series of videos and online marketing campaigns.” If this plan is accurate, we can expect new products to be announced through press releases on Apple Newsroom. Gorman expects Apple to…

See also  Nintendo is considering 'different initiatives' and 'further improvements' for Switch Online

Apple launches new beta program for AirPods Pro 2

Apple today rolled out a new beta firmware update for AirPods Pro 2, USB-C and Lightning versions. The new firmware is version 6E188, which is higher than the previous 6B34 firmware released in December. Apple doesn't often provide details or notes about what features might be included in updated firmware, so it's not clear what's new. Note that this program is limited to developers in…