According to the iMore, the latest news from the whistleblower Jon Prosser stated that despite reports that the iPhone 12 mini is selling poorly, Apple still plans to release the new iPhone 13 mini this fall.
In a recent front Page Tech video, Prosser pointed to recent reports that Apple plans to stop producing the iPhone 12 mini in the next quarter because it has already met this year’s demand.
As Prosser reiterated, this does not mean that Apple will stop selling the iPhone 12 mini. Apple can restart production at any time if necessary. The report said that the sales of iPhone 12 mini in January of this year only accounted for 5% of iPhone 12 sales.
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Although Prosser said, this does not mean that Apple has a double heart on the iPhone 13 mini. As we reported in October last year, the earliest report on the iPhone 13 stated that it will follow the same lineup configuration of the iPhone 12, with four models and three different sizes.
Of course, this report was released before the later reports that the iPhone 12 mini was difficult to sell. However, Apple seems to be committed to the launch of the iPhone 13 (or more likely 12S) mini model.
Prosser pointed out that last year people who bought small-sized iPhones in the market bought iPhone SE, which means that Apple’s cheaper small-sized phones may have swallowed some iPhone 12 mini sales.
Not only that, but Prosser also reiterated previous reports that there will be no new iPhone SE released this year, at least, it will not be an ordinary one. Prosser said that if there is an SE update this year, it should actually be the iPhone SE Plus.
Apple can also choose to keep only the mini iPhone but will reduce production. It is expected to see similar demand for the iPhone 12 small-screen version.
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