Apple formally ends the production of obsolete iPhone models, including the 13 Pro

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The iPhone 13 Pro series delivered some substantial enhancements. A 120Hz LTPO display, an enhanced triple camera system, significantly longer battery life, and other improvements were added. The company also stopped producing the iPhone 11 as of 2019. It was the first base model iPhone to enable cable charging at 18W, twin cameras, and 4GB of RAM. The 2020 iPhone 12 Mini, the first Mini iPhone and at launch the most cheap iPhone with an OLED display, has also been dropped by the tech behemoth.

Apple, a global leader in technology, has ceased production of earlier iPhone models, including the 11, 12, Mini, 13, and 13 Pro Max. GizmoChina claims that, as it does each year, the tech giant has replaced the previous Pro models in Apple’s iPhone portfolio with the introduction of new Pro models. According to the article, although Apple no longer formally offers the aforementioned older iPhone models for sale, customers may still acquire them via merchants worldwide as long as supplies last.

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  • Meanwhile, at its ‘Far Out Event’ this week on Wednesday, Apple has unveiled the iPhone 14 series, which were accompanied by AirPods Pro 2nd Gen, Apple Watch Series 8, and Apple Watch Ultra. Unsurprisingly, the American tech giant also announced the discontinuation of select older iPhones.  (Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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