The launch of Apple iPhone 14 could mean the end of these iPhone models: Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 13 Pro and more


The launch of Apple iPhone 14 is just a few hours away. Apple is launching the new iPhone 14 series today (September 7) at the Far Out event. While the Apple event will bring a range of premium gadgets to the market, it will also mark the end of some of the best-selling iPhone models. Apple is expected to launch four new iPhones at the event: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Max or iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Here is a list of iPhones that Apple may discontinue after the launch of Apple iPhone 14.

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Apple iPhone 11

With the launch of the Apple iPhone 14 lineup, the tech giant may also discontinue the Apple iPhone 11 series. According to an old report from iDropNews, the company can do this because Apple iPhone 11 is taking sales away from the newly launched Apple iPhone SE 2022. For those who don’t know, Apple iPhone 11 is one of the most popular iPhone models and it was worldwide the best-selling smartphone of 2020.

Apple iPhone 12 Mini

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Apple is said to have ditched the ‘Mini’ model from the iPhone 14 series because it reportedly failed to create the hype the company expected. With the launch of Apple iPhone 14 models, the tech giant may also discontinue the iPhone 13 Mini as it also expected to cut sales of Apple iPhone SE 2022 after a price cut. For those who don’t know, Apple iPhone 12 Mini was the first Mini model launched by the company.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro and Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max

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The company may also discontinue the ‘Pro’ models in the Apple iPhone 13 series, as the ‘non-Pro’ models in the Apple iPhone 14 series are reportedly powered by the same A15 Bionic chip. The company may also kill the Apple iPhone 13 Pro models, as the upcoming iPhones will be $100 more expensive than the current models. If we are to believe the report, the iPhone 14 costs almost the same as the iPhone 13 Pro. With similar notch and processor, there won’t be much difference between the two smartphones.