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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus Enter Apple’s “Museum”


iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were released in 2014 or eight years ago. Now, it’s time for the two phones to enter Apple’s “museum”.

iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are now on Apple’s “obsolete list”. Two smartphone This follows the fate of two younger brothers modeled on the 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.

The 6s and 6s Plus models, which hit the market in 2015 or a year younger than the 6 and 6 Plus models, entered Apple’s “museum” in February 2022.


When the iPhone 6s launched, Apple continued to sell the iPhone 6 at a lower price. However, sales were discontinued after the iPhone 7 was released in 2016.

The iPhone 6 series is the starting point for Apple to introduce the “Plus” variant with a larger size. The design is completely new with curved edges.

Apple presents a new design in the iPhone 6 series to replace the old look in the style of the iPhone 4. The design of the iPhone 4 is maintained by Apple until the iPhone 5s.

Apple also released Apple Pay alongside the iPhone 6. Apple Pay is a secure payment system for storing credit and debit cards in the Wallet app.

Apple considered its products to be “antiques” when it stopped distributing for sale more than five years and less than seven years ago.

However, Apple continues to provide service and parts for “obsolete” products for up to seven years, as required by law.

“obsolete” products are those that Apple stopped distributing for sale more than seven years ago. Not only iPhone, the list includes laptops to tablets.

All hardware service is discontinued for Apple’s “outdated” products, except for certain Macs which can receive battery-only repairs.

Some time ago, Apple put the first MacBook Pro model with Touch Bar into the list of “vintage products” or antiques at the end of July 2022.


Apple laptops on the list include the 2016 edition of the 13-inch MacBook Pro and 15-inch MacBook Pro, the 2016 12-inch MacBook, and the 2015 edition of the MacBook Air.

The list grows as the 2015 21.5-inch iMac and 27-inch iMac Retina 5K 2015 “expire.” For iPad products, Apple “museums” the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. [SN/HBS]

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