Apple will still sell these ‘outdated’ products in 2022!

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2022-05-10 14:07:21

(CHK) By 2022, products that are no longer keeping up with the times or are very old will still be “on the shelf” by Apple.

You will have to ask why ‘outdated’ products are still sold by Apple on its official website.

Apple Watch Series 3

It’s really confusing when the 5-year-old smart watch is still sold by Apple for $ 199. Apple is known as a manufacturer of high-end mobile phones, but it is difficult to understand why the Apple Watch Series 3 is still sold. A watch that offers a not-so-smooth experience on the new platform, small square face and extremely ‘outdated’ when compared to current Apple Watch versions. And yet, the narrow internal memory of 8GB makes it difficult for users to install many applications, store / sync images or install offline music – is 199 USD worth it?

iPod Touch

An existing iPhone can afford to completely replace the iPod Touch – Why does Apple still sell this product? This is a question that only Apple can answer. iPod Touch is being launched by the company since 2019, using the A10 chip and ‘old’ design for many years.


An iPod Touch is being sold by Apple for $ 299 with 128GB of internal memory. Are you ready to spend money to experience the machine only used to surf the web and listen to music with a 4-inch screen?

Apple TV HD


Apple TV HD was launched 5 years ago but is still sold by the company for $ 149. You may love the beautiful design of the Apple TV HD, but its price tag is still quite high compared to other streaming devices on the market. Better yet, users should spend “several tens of dollars” more to buy Apple TV 4K outright for a much different experience, from high frame rate HDR support, more powerful A12 chip, higher resolution. 4K…

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