Beloved iPhone model quietly killed off by Apple and now VANISHED from store... - The Sun

Beloved iPhone model quietly killed off by Apple and now VANISHED from store… – The Sun

SPECULATION about Apple's upcoming iPhone 13 series is ongoing but some fans are still reeling from the loss of an old classic.
Apple stopped selling and making its iPhone 11 Pro models last year despite them being popular and they're vanishing from stores.
Experts speculated that discontinuing the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max meant that Apple could simplify its supply chain.
The more phones Apple makes, the more complex the manufacturing process is.
Simplifying this would help cut down on costs.
Another reason could be that Apple's iPhone 12 series contains four different iPhone models.
Having the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max on the Apple website, which some people said are similar to the 12, could have negatively affected iPhone 12 sales.
The most expensive phone the Apple website currently offers is the iPhone 12 Pro Max.
The cheapest on the Apple website is the iPhone SE.
The iPhone XR and the iPhone 11 are also avaliable to buy along with the four models from the iPhone 12 series.
Getting rid of the iPhone 11 Pro streamlined Apple's price ranges into clear categories from mid to high range.
Fans of the iPhone 11 Pro don't need to panic just yet though.
Some resellers, such as EE, still have stock of the popular iPhone.
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In other news, Apple has released an urgent update for older iPhones to protect them from hackers.
 Seven new iPhones could be on their way this year as an Apple filing appears to confirm multiple new models.
And, Apple has had to pay millions of dollars to a woman whose explicit videos and images were shared online by people repairing her iPhone.
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