With the release of the iPhone 14, Apple has already generated hype. Several obsolete iPhone models may be discontinued. Apple hasn’t, however, made any public statements about the demise of the earlier iPhone models.
After the release of the iPhone 14, Apple may discontinue the older iPhone models, particularly the iPhone 11. In order to prevent sales of new models from being impacted, the American tech giant frequently adheres to this standard.
Moreover, Apple may discontinue the iPhone 11 since it will no longer be able to sell the new iPhone SE 3. The iPhone 11 does not support 5G, either. A Tom’s Guide article that states, “Apply also seldom retains phones longer than three years after their debut date,” echoes the assertion. It is a very safe bet that the iPhone 11, which was released in September 2019, will be cycled out of the lineup this autumn because it is swiftly reaching its Sell-By date.
According to an analysis of Apple’s past behavior, the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max may be discontinued by the tech giant. Notably, Apple has never kept any of its Pro versions for longer than a year since the launch of the Pro and Pro Max models back in 2019.
Additionally, it is anticipated that the newest iPhone 14 would have the same processor as the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The newest iPhone 14 line-up phone rumor indicates that the Pro versions will bring back the venerable iOS battery percentage meter. This comes as the eagerly anticipated Apple announcement event is expected to happen shortly.