Here’s which iPhones are getting lower prices, and which phones Apple will stop selling – CNET

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The iPhone 12 is newly discounted.


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Apple on Tuesday unveiled its latest slate of flagship phones: the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro. With the new launch, some of the company’s older phones will get lower prices and others will no longer be sold by the tech giant. 

Prior to Tuesday’s announcement, the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 11 and iPhone XR were available for purchase through Apple’s website. The second generation of the budget-friendly iPhone SE, which was unveiled in the spring of 2020, was also available. 

Here are price changes after the Sept. 14 event:

  • iPhone 12 64GB: from $799 to $699. 
  • iPhone 12 128GB: from $849 to $749. 
  • iPhone 12 256GB: from $949 to $849. 
  • iPhone 12 Mini 64GB: from $699 to $599.
  • iPhone 12 Mini 128GB: from $749 to $649.
  • iPhone 12 Mini 256GB: from $849 to $749.
  • iPhone 11 64GB: from $599 to $499. 
  • iPhone 11 128GB: from $649 to $549. 

Here are the phones Apple has stopped selling on its website:


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Apple’s upcoming operating system, iOS 15, is compatible with many of its older devices, including the iPhone XS and XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, iPhone SE and SE 2, iPod Touch (seventh generation) along with the full iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 lineup. 

For more about Apple’s new operating system, here’s everything to know about iOS 15, how to download the iOS 15 public beta and the three things you need to know before installing. If you’re considering buying a new iPhone soon, check out CNET’s list of best iPhones in 2021, how the iPhone 13 compares with the iPhone 12 and what’s the difference between each model in the iPhone 13 lineup. 

CNET’s Richard Nieva contributed to this report.

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