Here's a complete list of trade-in values for fully functioning iPhones in good condition:
- iPhone XS Max — $600
- iPhone XS — $500
- iPhone XR — $370
- iPhone X — $400
- iPhone 8 Plus — $300
- iPhone 8 — $220
- iPhone 7 Plus — $200
- iPhone 7 — $150
- iPhone 6s Plus — $120
- iPhone 6s — $100
- iPhone 6 Plus — $80
- iPhone 6 — $60
- iPhone SE — $45
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What's new in the iPhone 11 Pro
Both models add a third lens to the camera cluster on the rear of the phone, and it's the camera capabilities that really distinguish the iPhone 11 Pro from any other iPhone. In addition to the wide angle and ultra-wide angle lenses, these cameras also include a telephoto lens, giving you an optical zoom range from 0.5x to 2.0x. This means sharper pictures, from farther away.
Apple has also invested in computational photography, which uses artificial intelligence to process and improve photos as they're taken. There's a new night mode, for example, as well as a shooting mode called Deep Fusion, which combines nine shots, including a long-exposure photo, into a single optimized high-quality image that includes the best of each.
The Pro models also have several new video tricks. In addition to shooting at 4K, 60 fps, the phone has extended dynamic range and enhanced image stabilization. Apple is also touting a feature called Audio Zoom, which lets the phone zoom in automatically in response to audio cues.
The front of the phone now features a 12-megapixel camera. Apple has added a new slow-motion selfie mode, as well as the ability to shoot in wide angle from the front as well as the rear.
Both iPhone 11 Pro models are powered by Apple's new A13 Bionic chip, which the company claims is the iPhone's fastest processor yet. Battery life is also improved — you get about four hours more runtime than the older iPhone XS.
You can choose from four colors: Space gray, midnight green, silver, and gold.