Some time ago Apple activated the device exchange program, the option to save us money when it comes to getting the latest iPhone model and getting rid of our old one. apparatus. Apple promises to recycle our old devices and we get a new cheaper device. They began to accept the devices Apple for this exchange, but now they also do it with Android devices, and best of all, they just added to the list the Google Pixel 5, 4a and Galaxy Note 20

It must be said that for the moment this new exchange is only available in the United States, although it will surely reach the other countries in which Apple operates in the coming days. Good news as many Android users have in mind to switch to the Apple ecosystem and now they have the option of Apple giving them some extra money to buy a new iPhone. Here is the list of Android devices accepted by Apple as “exchange”

to buy a new iPhone, as you can see, other Android devices have also been affected and several of them have reduced the price with which Apple buys them:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 20: $ 420
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 +: $ 305, $ 10 less
  • Samsung Galaxy S20: $ 230, $ 10 less
  • Samsung Galaxy S10 +: $ 250, $ 30 more
  • Samsung Galaxy S10: $ 180, $ 5 less
  • Samsung Galaxy S10e: $ 190, plus $ 45
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 +: $ 145, hasta $ 35
  • Samsung Galaxy S9: $ 125, $ 35 more
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 +: $ 100, $ 30 more
  • Samsung Galaxy S8: $ 80, up to $ 25
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10: $ 260, $ 10 menos
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8: $ 75, $ 5 menos
  • Google Pixel 5: $ 350
  • Google Pixel 4a: $ 180
  • Google Pixel 4 XL: $ 200, $ 20 menos
  • Google Pixel 4: $ 170, $ 15 menos
  • Google Pixel 3 XL: $ 80, menus $ 10
  • Google Pixel 3a: $ 70, hasta $ 20

Obviously these are approximate prices, in the end everything depends on the condition of the device that we deliver and we can always meet the maximum prices set by Apple. And you Have you ever chosen to sell your device in the Apple Store? Do you feel comfortable doing this exchange through Apple instead of going to external markets?