What Does Apple Mean By Vintage and Obsolete?

If you hear that your Mac or other Apple product has become vintage or obsolete, then it doesn't necessarily mean that Apple has cut off all support for it. While hardware repairs will be more difficult in some cases because Apple won't stock those parts, macOs and other software will still be provided for those devices for some time. And the Genius Bar can still be helpful for many issues.

Comments: One Response to “What Does Apple Mean By Vintage and Obsolete?”

    ARC
    1 year ago

    Great explanation of this topic. Very thorough and concise. As you said, it’s nice that Apple still provides free diagnostics and software help for vintage and obsolete products. And for parts or hardware repairs, I find ifixit.com to be a great resource.

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