Apple is all set to ditch the iPhone Mini for iPhone 14 series this year. Although customers greatly appreciate the mini versions, Apple has decided to take a huge step by ditching the mini versions altogether. Let’s look at why Apple has decided to replace the mini-series of iPhones with the iPhone 14.
Apple will be launching the iPhone series around September, and this year, they are about to bring some significant changes.iPhone 14 series, which is going to be released this year, won’t feature a mini variant, and the mini iPhones are to be replaced by iPhone 14 Max.
So Why has Apple Decided to Ditch iPhone Mini?
As per the official updates, Apple is allegedly ditching iPhone Mini due to its negative impact on the sales record of the iPhone SE Series. It has been reported that two months after the launch of the iPhone 12 mini, the total sales accounted for just 6%. In 2021 when iPhone 13 mini was launched, the sales recorded were as low as just 3%.
Another reason Apple decided to ditch the mini version is that they felt the users were not exactly very fond of the small screen display they were getting with the mini iPhones.To justify this, they have presented the excellent sales record of the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Although this decision has grabbed a lot of controversies, iPhone users do not like the company’s decision. It is pretty obvious that the mini versions of iPhones were very well received by the users.
This is because everyone prefers a compact and easy-to-carry device. But Apple users are visibly upset with Apple’s decision to ditch the mini variants, as the iPhone 12 mini was just perfect. It had all the amazing features of a regular-sized iPhone, with a similar camera, chips, and specifications.
There have been some reports that indicate that iPhone 14 will be focusing on only larger phones where Apple plans on permanently replacing the mini variants with the 6.7-inch ones. But it is also predicted that Apple might come up with all-new iPhone SE 3 models in the future, which will have 5G support and the A15 Bionic chips.
But these are all predictions, and we don’t have any official revelations from the company yet. So, for now, it’s safe to say that in 2022, users will have to bid adieu to the mini variants and purchase the regular-sized iPhone variants.