The image above shows Apple’s iPhone lineup for 2018, which includes the three new iPhones introduced this month: the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.
Apple quietly discontinued a few older iPhones to make room for the new models. Apple no longer sells the iPhone 6S, iPhone X, and most notably, the iPhone SE.
The iPhone SE was Apple’s last 4-inch iPhone, which featured the body of the iPhone 5S but the internals of an iPhone 6S.
Apple made a big mistake by removing its smallest and most affordable iPhone from its lineup.
Last week, amid the hoopla surrounding the new iPhones, Apple quietly killed off one of the best smartphones it’s ever made: the iPhone SE.
At $350, the iPhone SE was one of the best “budget” smartphones you can buy. Though it didn’t have the big and flashy high-definition screens of modern smartphones like Samsung’s Galaxy phones, the iPhone SE offered great performance in an adorable package.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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