Apple will no longer release its iPhone 7 Pro but will stick to the two remaining iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. So, what is the reason behind the Pro's untimely cancellation?
Many speculations arise regarding the true cause of the iPhone 7 Pro's cancelation. Rumors say that at the moment, Apple is dealing with shortages in supply. Is it because their suppliers in mainland China rebel against them due to their harsh treatment? Other reports say that it is because of the leak that circulates the internet for many months now.
Apple's CEO Tim Cook and COO Jeff Williams have already provided statements and contested the claims. Apple will proceed with the iPhone 7's release and will not cancel the phone's flagship due to some operating system bugs. Consumers are guaranteed that the best-selling phone company is already ironing out any issues that might accompany the phone. Additionally, any assertions from their overseas laborers have been addressed and any imperfections have been worked out with the company, according to iTech Post.
It is true that iPhone 7 Pro will be canceled because it was not listed in the Russian Eurasian Economic Commission where it published the official trademark of Apple to its 13 new devices including new Apple Watch variants. Besides there only two iPhone models are included in the said list.
Apple will keep the iPhone 7 Pro for the mean time although it was in restricted quantities because the company is so eager to recover the smartphone camera title which Samsung possesses over the years. Moreover, Apple wants to rationalize the premium quality of the iPhone 7 Pro by desegregating the exact Smart Connector component like the iPad Pro range. This permits the Lightning corrector to simultaneously provide data and power allowing third party accessories such as headphones or keyboards having integrated DACs to thin out by discarding the requirement for a solitary battery, Forbes reported.
It seems that the iPhone 7 leaks have nothing to do with the cancellation of the iPhone 7 Pro. Though canceled, the Pro will return on 2017 as an overhaul and will be called iPhone 8. The iPhone 7 that will be released this year will not bear "S" or "SE" in its name.