Apple broke the sequence in 2017 and shocked many expecting the model iPhone 9 but got iPhone X instead. Nevertheless, some speculations explain why Apple doesn’t have the iPhone 9. What are these reasons, and what happened instead? Continue reading to decode this mystery!
The history of the iPhone series dates back to 2007 when the first iPhone was released. At this time, it was called iPhone 2G to specify the 2G connection. The next edition was in 2008 when they had iPhone 3G, which signified the 3G network connectivity.
– iPhone 2G: 2007 – iPhone 3G: 2008 – iPhone 3GS: 2009 – iPhone 4: 2010 – iPhone 4S: 2011 – iPhone 5: 2012 – iPhone 5C: 2013 – iPhone 5S: 2013
After producing the iPhone 8 Plus in 2017, they went directly to the iPhone X (or the iPhone 10). After the iPhone X, they moved to the iPhone XR, XS, XS Max, and even the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12.
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