If you want to sell your iPhone 12 Pro Max, you’re in the right place. Get comparing offers from the partners SellMyMobile works with, and you’ll get the best price for your old tech in no time.
Sell my iPhone 12 Pro Max
Ready to sell your old iPhone 12 Pro Max? Compare the offers above from the mobile recycling companies we work with to find the best price.
Just adjust the filters to tell us the storage size and condition of your phone, and you’ll see the most accurate prices right now on your handset.
How do I sell my iPhone 12 Pro Max?
Selling your iPhone 12 Pro Max couldn’t be easier with SellMyMobile. Here’s how it works…
- Compare offers – Use the comparison table above to see tons of current offers on your iPhone 12 Pro max from mobile recyclers
- Post your phone – Once you’ve selected an offer you like, enter your details, and the recycler will send you a postage pack or printable label
- Get paid! – Your money will arrive within days via your chosen payment method, whether that’s by bank transfer, cheque, or PayPal
Can I sell my iPhone 12 Pro Max if it’s damaged?
Yes, you can sell a damaged iPhone 12 Pro Max. Just select the ‘broken’ condition above, and we’ll show you the most accurate offers from recyclers right now.
Bear in mind, of course, that you’ll likely get less cash for a damaged phone than for a fully operational one.
‘Broken’ to recyclers includes damage such as chips and dents, cracked screens, broken buttons, broken mics, or a corrupt OS. But some more extreme damage won’t be accepted, such as if the phone is snapped in two. See our guide to selling broken phones for more.
How much can I sell my iPhone 12 Pro Max for?
Take a look above to see the current offers from recycling companies on your iPhone 12 Pro Max. Prices fluctuate a lot, so if you see a good offer, it may be wise to snap it up fast.
You’ll be able to sell your phone for more money if it’s in good condition, has a high amount of internal storage, and is unlocked.
When is the best time to trade in my iPhone 12 Pro Max?
If you have an old iPhone 12 Pro Max gathering dust at home, the best time to trade it in is right now!
If you want to get the most cash for it, be sure to sell it ahead of the new iPhone announcements – usually in September. Old iPhones tend to drop in price when new ones are announced, so get in there and sell it before that happens.
How long does it take to get paid?
You should be paid within a week. Most recyclers will pay you via your chosen method (such as bank transfer, PayPal, cheque, or charity donation) within one or two days of receiving your phone and checking it over.
Why should I trade in my phone with SellMyMobile?
Well, the first reason why you should trade your phone in is that you’ll get a nice little pile of cash!
By doing so through SellMyMobile, however, you’re able to find the best price for your phone from a range of many different mobile recycling companies. You’re safe in the knowledge that we’ve vetted them all and you can trust them.
And finally, trading your phone in to a recycler is better for the planet. It means its parts and materials can be reused or recycled rather than getting thrown in a landfill.
What other iPhones can I sell?
You can sell just about any old or current iPhone with SellMyMobile, including:
Can I sell my iPhone 12 Pro Max if it’s water damaged?
Whether you can sell a water damaged iPhone 12 Pro Max depends on the recycler, and how bad the water damage is. Check with the individual recycler first, and bear in mind you may not get as much money for your phone as you’d hoped.
Light water damage is often fine – just select the ‘broken’ condition when you compare offers.
However, extensive water damage can make a phone beyond repair.
Can I sell my iPhone 12 Pro Max if it’s broken?
Yes, you can sell a broken iPhone 12 Pro Max. Just check the ‘broken’ condition in the comparison table above. It will sell for less cash than a fully functioning phone in good condition, but you should nonetheless get some money for it.
What happens to my handset once it’s been traded in?
Handsets in good condition may be checked over, refurbished if necessary, and sold on. Others may be stripped for parts and used to refurbish other phones.
And finally, phones that are no longer reusable will be broken down and their elements recycled or disposed of safely.