iPhone 6 Plus is soon going to be obsolete

The iPhone 6 Plus will soon join the list of older Apple products, the MacRumors site learned from an internal Apple memo: It will be out for December 31. Released in September 2014, the larger 5.5″ version of the iPhone 6 was dropped from the catalog two years later, but the smaller 4.7″ model was kept on sale for two more years in some countries. Classic explains the relief given to the iPhone 6.

iPhone SE (1st Generation) – iPhone 6 – iPhone 6 Plus

In fact, this classification (applied to products that have left the catalog more than five years ago) means that Apple provides spare parts for this model with its after-sales service and network of authorized repairmen. will turn off the supply. It will still be possible to get repairs done, but only if the necessary components are in stock.

If you have an iPhone 6 Plus that needs a little love, for example when it comes to the battery, don’t delay in requesting its support by Apple or an authorized repairer. There will always be alternatives, but it will soon be reserved for repairmen working outside the official Apple network.

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