IT House November 23 (UPI) -- A new study shows that the iPhone 13 series is half as depreciated as the iPhone 12 series and has the highest hedging rate in any generation.
Over a period of more than two months, the iPhone 13 series has a 50 percent lower depreciation rate than the iPhone 12 Series, and has lost only 25.5 percent of its value, making it the best-value model in any iPhone, according to SellCell.
One reason for this, the study says, is a shortage of chips. Prices have been high because customers have less access to the iPhone 13 Series, which is good news for users who already have an iPhone 13 Series.
IT House understands that the iPhone 13 Pro Max has a higher hedging rate, while the 256 GB and 128 GB versions of the iPhone 13 mini are falling, and analysts say Apple won't launch small-screen phones because they don't sell well.
As for the future of the iPhone 14 Series, SellCell doesn't think it will be as valuable as the iPhone 13 Series, after all, there may not be a chip shortage of this size in the future.