Apple now allows customers to trade in their Google Pixel 4a, Google Pixel 5, and Samsung Galaxy Note 20 devices for credit toward the purchase of new Apple products.
As part of Apple’s trade-in program, customers can trade in a Google Pixel 5 and receive up to $ 350 in credit to purchase a new product, the Google Pixel 4a for up to $ 180, or the Galaxy Note 20 for up to $ 425.
Along with the new additions, Apple has also updated the maximum trade-in value of almost all other Android smartphones.
- Samsung Galaxy S20 +: $ 305, minus $ 10
- Samsung Galaxy S20: $ 230, minus $ 10
- Samsung Galaxy S10 +: $ 250, up to $ 30
- Samsung Galaxy S10: $ 180, minus $ 5
- Samsung Galaxy S10e: $ 190, up to $ 45
- Samsung Galaxy S9 +: $ 145, up to $ 35
- Samsung Galaxy S9: $ 125, up to $ 35
- Samsung Galaxy S8 +: $ 100, up to $ 30
- Samsung Galaxy S8: $ 80, up to $ 25
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10: $ 260, minus $ 10
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8: $ 75, minus $ 5
- Google Pixel 4 XL: $ 200, minus $ 20
- Google Pixel 4: $ 170, minus $ 15
- Google Pixel 3 XL: $ 80, minus $ 10
- Google Pixel 3a: $ 70, up to $ 20
Apple determines the exact value of the exchanged product based on its condition, such as whether it has scratches or dents, and whether it is working properly. If a customer has a device that is not on Apple’s trade-in device list, the company recycles the devices for free. You can find more information on Apple’s exchange page.