Apple has discontinued the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in 2020, and is now considering phasing out the two remaining iPhone 11 models.
This scoop comes from LeaksApplePro (via iDrop News
). Apple is yet to finalize the decision and will largely stop at the iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE 2022 was introduced last month and although it packs the new A15 Bionic chip and offers 5G connectivity, it Proving to be a tough sell
Because of its old design. The phone starts at $429 and the company won’t want to have its sales broken by an older model.
iDrop News He says there is a slight increase in demand for the iPhone 11 after the launch of the iPhone SE, probably because people would rather spend $70 more to get a better looking phone with two cameras and a reasonably fast chip than to get the SE just for 5G, which isn’t useful at the moment. .
The iPhone 12, which starts at $699, likely won’t be discontinued, as it performs well to this day and is also claimed to be cheaper to manufacture. The Cupertino giant may lower its price to $599 after the launch of the iPhone 14. It is not known if the iPhone 12 mini will remain that way. The report also says that the iPhone 13 will continue to sell.
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