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Monday, 29 May 2017

This is the iPhone list that Apple will declare obsolete on June 30th.

June 30 is a date that many technology companies have marked fire. If a few days ago we revealed which phones will stop being compatible with WhatsApp from that date , today we know that Apple will also declare obsolete - and therefore will stop repairing both its Apple Stores and Authorized Technical Services - a series of products The Apple bite company among which are MacBook and iPhone computers . Do you want to know what they are? Keep reading.

According to an internal circular of Apple, some MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, AirPort Express and iPhone models will be obsolete for Cupertino, which means that they will no longer be repaired.

What Apple gadgets will be outdated since June 30th?

As you know, Apple ranks its laptops by the size of the screen and its release date. Thus, obsolete MacBooks from June 30 will be:

  • MacBook Air: 11 inches mid 2011
  • MacBook Air: 13 inches mid 2011
  • MacBook Pro: 17 inches mid 2009
  • MacBook Pro 13 inches late 2011
  • MacBook Pro 15 inches late 2011
  • MacBook Pro 17 inches late 2011

At the level of phones, Apple has long ago put in its sights the disappearance of the terminals of 16 GB but also has declared obsolete the third generation of iPhone, ie the iPhone 3GS that saw the light in 2009, both in its Version of 16GB as 32GB .

Usually Apple does not detail to customers that a product has changed its status to obsolete, nevertheless it is a habitual practice when a product of the mark takes approximately 5-7 years in the market. Since that time, finding components is much more complicated, so if you want to repair it you have to look for life . Anyway although this measure is likely to surprise many users of Mac computers, it is rare to find people who still use the iPhone 3GS, so at the moment does not panic.

Curiously in both Turkey and California, Apple has considered some of its gadgets as vintage rather than obsolete , which means that it continues to give limited support for two more years. However, if you come in the Asia Pacific region, Canada, Europe, Japan, Latin America or the United States, there is no turning back.

Via | 9to5Mac

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