Apple will officially remove the sale of a few models after introducing new iPhones every year. With the release of the iPhone 15, the iPhone models that will go out of sale have been announced.
Apple’s iPhone 15 series, especially the iPhone 15 Pro models, which will come with a new design, are eagerly awaited. When the new iPhones are introduced, a few models will be officially discontinued and will only be available on certain e-commerce sites. So, with the release of the iPhone 15, which iPhone models will no longer be available in the Apple store? Here are the models that Apple will remove from sale with the introduction of the iPhone 15:
After the iPhone 15 launch, sales of the iPhone 12, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 13 mini will officially cease. This list is not hard to guess, given that Apple tends to phase out older models after three years, with Pro models also after a year of sales. The iPhone 13 mini may also experience the fate of the iPhone 12 mini model, which was discontinued after two years of sales. The iPhone 14 Plus, on the other hand, may not be removed from production, as it is the Plus model that Apple has not released for a long time.
The iPhone 15 series is expected to include four models; iPhone 15, iPhone 15 Plus, iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max. As with the iPhone 14 series, Apple will only use its latest processor, the A17 Bionic chip, on Pro models. The software of the 2023 iPhones, iOS 17, will also be introduced at the WWDC event in June.