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Apple adds some models of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro to the list of vintage products

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Published on Apr 02, 2020

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Apple adds some models of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro to the list of vintage products

In an internal memo, Apple has indicated that the models 2013 and 2014 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will be added to the list of products, vintage and obsolete.

Starting from the 30th of April, the following models of MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will no longer make use of hardware assistance:

All of these models will be listed as vintage, not obsolete.

Devices macOS and iOS are considered to be vintage five years after their last production. With this designation, they can still be supported by Apple and authorized service providers, but this is “subject to the availability of inventory“, according to Apple.

The Mac vintage can even get the updates of the operating system. The MacBook Pro models and MacBook Air 2012 classified as vintage are also in the list of Apple computer compatible with macOS Catalina, the most recent version.

After two years, the products are labeled as obsolete, or the end of the line for repairs as authorized. “Apple has discontinued all hardware services for obsolete products with no exceptions. Service providers cannot order parts for obsolete products, “ notes the manufacturer of the Mac.

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