This Apple iPhone is now a “Vintage” product


Apple has added the iPhone 6 to its list of Vintage products, reports 9to5Mac. According to Apple, products are considered vintage when the company stopped distributing them for sale more than 5 years ago and less than 7 years ago. Apple iPhone 6 was a big launch for the Cupertino-based company as it was its first iPhone to feature a large screen. The phone was discontinued a few years ago and was recently added to the Vintage product list.

Interestingly, the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s are already in the Vintage product category. The iPhone 6 is the latest to join the list. Both smartphones were launched in September 2014. The devices were discontinued in 2019. Apple iPhone 6 has a 4.7-inch Retina HD display. The phone was launched with iOS8 and got software updates up to iOS12. The phone was not eligible for iOS 13. However, Apple continued to release security patches for the devices.

Meanwhile, Apple recently launched its iPhone 14 series. It goes on sale in India from September 16, 2022. In India, prices for Apple’s latest iPhone 14 range start at 79,900. The new series comes with features like car crash detection, emergency SOS and is powered by the company’s latest A16 Bionic chipset.

While the tech giant has kept iPhone 13 series pricing on iPhone 14 models in the US, the company has raised prices in other parts of the world including the UK, Germany , Japan and Australia. In India, Apple raised the prices of the Pro models in 10,000. Apple iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are now available for purchase in India. All three iPhones are available on Apple’s online store along with Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch SE. Buyers of new iPhone models are eligible for an instant 5% discount of up to 6,000 with HDFC Bank credit cards.

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