Apple just quietly killed off a bunch of older iPhone and Apple Watch models — here are the products that are gone forever (AAPL)
Thursday, 13 September 2018 () Apple's annual hardware event may have been an exciting day for gadget lovers, as three new iPhones were introduced. But it was a sad day for those diehard fans of Apple's older products, as the Cupertino tech giant took the chance to clean house.
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