Apple’s new smartphone lineup which consists of the iPhone 7 and & Plus was announced on the 7th of September. And in the light of these new arrivals Apple has decided to stop manufacturing the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
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Apple has decided to keep iPhone 6S and 6S Plus within the mid-price range and has given them an upgrade as well increasing their storage capacity.
This means that there availability is now restricted to 32 GB and 128 GB variants for both the 6S and 6S Plus, with the former two costing $549 and $649 respectively, while the latter two cost $649 and $749 respectively.
The iPhone SE will keep its old price. And the newly launched iPhone 7 and 7 Plus take their place at the top of the new lineup. According to Apple this new lineup which comprises of iPhone SE, 6S, and 7 is varied enough that it covers all market segments.
We are hoping that Apple will spruce up the iPhone SE to bring it up to par with iPhone 7 in 2017 as it will be deserving of a refresh by then.
So in light of these new developments you can’t make a wring choice buying any iPhone from this lineup depending on your particular requirements and budget constraints.