“Apple has increased its trade-in values for a bunch of old Mac models,” Killian Bell reports or Cult of Mac. “Machines released in 2009 and later could now earn you up to $2,500. That’s a generous $1,000 more than the previous limit.”

Here’s what you could make on machines released in 2009 or later:

• MacBook — up to $1,110
• MacBook Air — up to $430
• MacBook Pro — up to $2,500
• iMac — up to $2,500
• Mac Pro — up to $1,560

Bell reports, “Getting a price for your machine is easy: Simple visit the Phobio website, enter your Mac’s serial number, and answer some questions about its condition.”

Read more in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Note: Apple in June updated its Mac recycling program to partner with a new company, replacing longtime partner PowerOn with Phobio.

Phobio’s Apple Renew website is: https://phobio.com/tradein/apple/