Following Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 15 series of smartphones at its ‘Wonderlust’ event, the company has discontinued its last Mini iPhone model, the iPhone 13 Mini.
The Mini-sized iPhone featured a 5.4-inch display, and the form factor was first introduced alongside the rest of the Phone 12 lineup in 2020. The device’s footprint landed it somewhere in between the iPhone 5 and iPhone 6, size-wise.
In a market dominated by larger-than-life smartphones, the loss of a compact premium model is an unfortunate one.
As it stands, Apple continues to sell the standard-sized iPhone 13 from $849 CAD, and the iPhone 14 from $999 CAD. The iPhone SE can be had for $579 CAD.
The iPhone 15 lineup will be available for pre-order beginning on September 15th.
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