Apple has just expanded its collection of vintage products with the addition of one more of its smartphones. The first in this category will be the iPhone 6 which was launched in the market in 2014.
This device comes from the category of access to this category because due to the fact that it no longer falls into the category now, it will no longer be officially supported by Apple. The company continues to sell parts at the same price for the next two years.
The iPhone 6 is the most accurate vintage product of the iPhone era.
Apple confirmed this transition on its official page. This allows for one of the brand’s brightest products, when it was first launched in the market with a 4.5-inch screen.
As of 2019, it was impossible to purchase a copy of the iPhone 6 in any way. At that time, this smartphone has lost compatibility with the latest version of iOS, so it has not yet sold.
Apple’s vintage category is opened five years after a device ends sales. But, it will continue to receive official parts from the American firm up to seven years after the end of its marketing.
The iPhone 6 will continue to receive numerous security upgrades. Although it doesn’t matter if it will last much longer, expect that, as it’s definitely not high on the tech agenda.
The iPhone 6 was unveiled in 2014. This ushered in the new year for iPhone smartphones. One of those in the world which had the 4.5 inch screen, was considered the biggest in the past.
It also has an 8 MP camera, a Retina display with HD resolution, 1 GB of RAM and a 4-speed symphonic camera. Its processor is an Apple A8 with two processor cores averaging 1.4 Ghz.