The best ways to trade in your old smartphone so you can upgrade to the iPhone 11
- At its annual event on Tuesday, Apple announced the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
- The new iPhones range in price from $699 to $1,449.
- You can trade in your phone directly with Apple, or through third-party services like Gazelle, Swappa, and Decluttr.
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At its annual presentation on Tuesday, Apple announced a slew of new products, including three iPhones. And whether your device is on its last legs or you're a tech fanatic, you might be feeling tempted to trade in your old device right about now.The new iPhones - known as iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max - come with upgraded cameras, better battery life, and a new, faster chip. The iPhone 11 is available in six colors (white, black, yellow, red, lavender, and green), while the 11 Pro and Pro Max come in four shades. The Pro models also feature a third camera, better display technology, and improved water resistance.Advertisement
The base models start at $699 for the iPhone 11, $999 for the iPhone 11 Pro, and $1,099 for the iPhone 11 Pro Max, but they can cost significantly less if you trade in an older model.
But with more options for trading in your device than ever before, it's not the most straightforward process. Here's where you can trade in your old phone, and which companies or services offer the best price.
The easiest way to trade in your iPhone and get store credit is to go through Apple. On its website, Apple lists estimated trade in values for old models.
If you're open to third-party services, you have other options for trading in your old phone, like Gazelle.Advertisement
On Swappa, you can sell your iPhone to another user, provided you meet Swappa's criteria for sale.
Decluttr promises to pay you the day after your phone is received.Advertisement
Verizon, AT&T, and other major carriers also typically offer trade-in deals, but we'll have to wait and see.
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