Like some other manufacturers, Apple has a trade-in program. With it, you can trade in your old iPhone and get your new Apple phone a little cheaper. This option is also available with the new iPhone SE 2020. But first let’s take a look at the prices of the new iPhone.
Prices Apple iPhone SE 2020
The new Apple iPhone SE from 2020 costs 479 euros in the smallest storage version with 64 GB. If the memory is doubled, the price goes up to 529 euros. If it doubles even more, Apple asks for 649 euros. Quite expensive for a 128GB memory chip.
Prices also do not change if you choose the Red Product. However, the deep red iPhone SE is the best option if you still want to do something nice when you buy it. For every red iPhone sold, Apple donates to the fight against AIDS. If you don’t want to buy a red model just yet, you have the not-too-scary choice between a black and white model.
4.7 inches, 750 x 1334 pixels
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4272 × 2848 (12.2 megapixels)
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iPhone SE 2 (64 GB): € 479, iPhone SE 2 (128 GB): € 529, iPhone SE 2 (256 GB): € 649
Apple exchange: that brings your old iPhone
New iPhone prices can be lowered by shipping an old iPhone. You can get up to 430 euros from Apple. The price of the new iPhone SE would be around 50 euros. It is a milkmaid bill though, as you need to take at least part of the price of the smartphone to get it sent to the bill.
Furthermore, the amount also depends on the status and storage capacity of the respective iPhone. Apple’s trade-in buyback price list always includes the maximum amount that is possible per mobile phone:
Apple generally gives less money in its exchange program than you can get from a used sale. Processing is low risk and you don’t have to worry about listing and selling on eBay or other classified ad portals. The new iPhone 11 series and devices that are older than iPhone 6 are not on the new iPhone SE trade-in program. In another article, we will show you how to dispose of your old iPhone. We’ve put together some creative ideas on what you can still do with these mobile phones in a separate article: