Apple, which recently launched the iPhone 13 series, stopped the production of the second generation iPhone SE, which it introduced last year.
Apple’s recent event caused a lot of activity among existing products. With the release of the iPhone 13 series, the company took action in last year’s models. Apple, which first stopped the production of the iPhone 12 Pro, XR and 12 Pro Max models, this time stopped the production of the iPhone SE model.
Making updates in its store before and after the event, Apple removed the 256 GB version of the iPhone SE (2020) model from its official stores.
Sales of the iPhone SE 256GB version have been discontinued
The Cupertino-based manufacturer launched the second generation of the iPhone SE model last year to offer users the best experience at an affordable price. While the device attracted a lot of attention from users in a short time, Apple surprisingly stopped the sale of this phone.
The iPhone SE, whose production stopped exactly 18 months after its release, will no longer be available for sale in the USA with its 256 GB version. When customers want to buy this phone, they will only have 64 and 128 GB options.
However, all this activity may also herald the future of the new iPhone SE. Because the leaks and rumors that have emerged so far reveal that Apple is working on the third generation iPhone SE. Although we may not see the new SE model this year, the third generation iPhone SE could possibly be launched next year. Of course, it’s too early to say anything about that.
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