Applehas been leading the smartphone world for years with its iPhone series. For this reason, the company releases a new iPhone series every year. On the user side, each new model creates joy as it means brand new features and higher performance. However, on the other hand, new arrivals also take old ones out of circulation. As a matter of fact, in 2021 iPhone 13 Introducing the series, Apple iPhone 12 Pro And iPhone It ended sales and production for its models. In this way, each new iPhone series may cause the sale and production of the previous ones to be terminated and even the support to be terminated.
Apple officially continues to sell iPhone 11, iPhone 12 Standard, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models.
Apple may upset iPhone 11 users with iPhone 14
“LeaksApplePro”, who is famous for providing accurate important information about Apple, claimed that his company has not yet decided which devices the release of the iPhone 14 will mean farewell to. However, the information received indicates that Apple will stop the production and sales of this unlucky model. iPhone 11 It looks like it will happen.
apple, iPhone 11 Pro And iPhone 11 Pro Max The sales of the models have already been removed in 2022. Due to its performance quality and affordable price, the iPhone 11 model continues to be widely used in 2022.
It is among the preliminary information that the iPhone 12, which is officially on sale, will not be affected by the arrival of the iPhone 14. Although it was recently claimed that there would be an iPhone 12 Mini farewell, it is not yet clear what action Apple will take regarding this.
Farewell to iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max
In accordance with Apple’s classic practice, after the new iPhone series, it ends sales for the Pro and Pro Max models of the previous one. Therefore, with the arrival of iPhone 14, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be said goodbye.
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