Get £ 600 off iPhone 13 with this large incentive from Apple itself

Yes, you read the headline correctly. Apple is launching its new line of iPhones this coming Friday, September 24th and is offering to drop the price of its latest smartphone by hundreds. The deal is part of the company’s trade-in program, which allows anyone with a current iPhone in their pocket to turn it over to Apple and receive cash from their new purchase. This has always been a great way to bring the price of an upgrade down, but this year it seems to be even better as Apple added value to its older devices.

In fact, Apple is offering some iPhone owners over £ 600 off when they switch to the latest iPhone 13.

Along with this deal, Apple is also allowing users to pay for their devices in monthly installments, which should help make things a lot more affordable. For example, even if you don’t have an iPhone to trade in, you can still get the iPhone 13 for just £ 32.45 per month or the top tier Pro Max for £ 40.73 per month.

To trade in your phone and get the best price, it needs to be in good condition and free from excessive damage such as a broken screen or scratched cameras.

If that sounds like an offer that’s too good to be turned down, then the iPhone 13 certainly offers plenty of upgrades. The latest smartphones from the US tech giant now have a cinematic mode that uses some clever focus tricks to give your home films a Tinseltown makeover. There are also larger sensors and stabilization for better photos and videos in low light.

Along with this camera upgrade, the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini also get a faster A15 Bionic processor, larger battery, improved OLED screen, and some new colors to choose from.

Best of all, Apple is not increasing prices but is adding more storage with 128GB models starting at £ 679. If you want the best iPhone in town, there’s a new Pro and Pro Max out next week too.

These premium devices get a faster, smooth 120 Hz screen, better battery life, and the fastest processor Apple has built into a smartphone. There’s also an upgrade to the triple rear camera, which not only offers better zoom and wide-angle shots, but razor-sharp close-ups too.

The iPhone 13 Pro starts at £ 949, though it can get quite expensive when the Pro Max 1TB costs a staggering £ 1,549.

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