Five Apple products you cannot buy anymore

Now that the proverbial dust around Apple’s biggest event of 2022 is settling, it’s time to take a look at Apple’s lineup of products with a fresh perspective. That’s because — as expected — Apple has dropped certain products and replaced them with new ones. Here is a look at five popular Apple products that you can’t buy anymore:

Apple Watch 3: The ‘first’ Apple Watch for many

Apple Watch 3 survived for five years and perhaps was the gateway for most users who use an Apple Watch. Launched in 2017, Apple Watch got regular software updates, and price cuts and remained the most affordable Apple Watch one could buy. However, now Apple has finally pulled the plug on one of its most popular smartwatches.

Apple AirPods Pro: The ‘OG’ of true wireless earbuds

Back in 2019, when Apple launched the AirPods Pro, they were hailed by one and almost all as the benchmark device. The noise cancellation was terrific, the fit was comfortable and it had the most consistent sound output. The battery life wasn’t that great, but AirPods Pro were the device to which every premium true wireless earbuds were compared. Now that the second-gen AirPods Pro have arrived, Apple has discontinued the original AirPods Pro.

Apple Watch SE (first-get): No surprises here

Apple Watch SE was launched alongside Apple Watch Series 6 as the toned-down variant. It had a lot of top features but just not the best ones. It was Apple’s idea to have another affordable lineup alongside Watch Series 3. With the launch of the second-gen Apple Watch SE, the first one has officially been discontinued.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max: Makes way for the new one

With the launch of the iPhone 14 Pro series, it is no surprise to see the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max being discontinued. Apple does this every year when new iPhones arrive. The ‘Pro’ series models are discontinued whereas the vanilla iPhones survive for at least two-three years.

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