What 2013/2014 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Becoming “Vintage Products” Means
Like all the other tech companies, Apple typically switches the focus on the newer models after their release, and this means support and updates are mostly aimed at these products.
But of course, older devices continue to be supported as well, but it all happens until a moment when they officially become vintage and then obsolete products.
Basically, vintage products are considered those that have not been sold for more than 5 years and less than 7 years. In other words, if Apple stopped selling a product six years ago, it’s already vintage.
Despite being a vintage product, a device still receives hardware support, so you can very well reach out to Apple for a fix if something breaks down. The company explains:
“Vintage products are those that have not been sold for more than 5 and less than 7 years ago. Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV vintage products continue to receive hardware service from Apple service providers, including Apple Retai… (read more)
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