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The Products That Didn’t Survive Apple’s September 12 Event

Every time Apple announces new hardware, some old products need to leave the way to make space for newborns. The event on 12th September 2018 also did not change. We outline the Apple devices that are not cutting.

iPhone X

iPhone X

iPhone X was announced in September 2017 and the design centered on the screen was completely refreshed to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone. Now with a grand age of eleven years old, the new iPhone XS is basically the same phone, but there is no need to point out faster processors, slightly longer battery life and IP68 waterproofness. Apple had meaning to throw away iPhone X.

iPhone 6s

iPhone 6s

IPhone, the last flagship equipped with 3.5 mm headphone jack, has officially sold out. All iPhones in Apple's lineup are waterproof (IP 67 or XS and XS Max, IP68 case).

Apple's iPhone 6s was announced in September 2015. Three years later I abolished the smartphone I loved once, but continuing from various retailers the attractive price £ 439 (Caris, John Lewis, See Tesco) can take over.

Despite his sixth age, the Rose Gold iPhone is not dead yet: you can still take the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus directly from Apple from 449 pounds.

iPhone SE

iPhone SE

The 4in iPhone is dead. All the stories of iPhone SE 2 that we actually had were iPhone XR cheaper than the original "cheap" iPhone, if not smaller. There is no doubt that iPhone SE 2 will be realized soon. For now the cheapest mobile phone that Apple is most officially selling is £ 449 iPhone 7.

Apple Watch Series 1 & Watch Edition

Apple Watch Series 1

When Apple first announced Apple Watch in 2014, there was a special "Watch Edition" of £ 8k or more. It was very expensive. With the introduction of Series 4 now …

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