Here Are Some Apple Products That Will No Longer Be Eligible For Repair Or Service Anymore
Tech products reach their ‘end of life’ span sooner or later and there is only so much that companies can do in order to provide their loyal clientele with the best possible service. That being said, here is a list of products that Apple will be removing from its repair and service list and place them on their obsolete list, so it is necessary that you give this a look before heading out to any of the company’s outlets.
Here Is The List Of Apple Products That Will No Longer Be Eligible For Service Or Repair
The first lineup of Apple products that are going to be shelved from repair and service are none other than the tech giant’s iMac and MacBook list. With an influx of products released by the company, we knew that sooner or later, the older versions are going to be cut off from support. After all, with a new 21.5 and 27 inch iMac family released, how long do you think support for previous generation machines will last. Given below is a list of the products that are going to be placed in the obsolete list so if your product matches the one present in the list, maybe it is time for an upgrade.
- iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2009)
- iMac (27-inch, Late 2009)
- MacBook Air (Mid 2009)
- Mac Pro (Early 2009)
- MacBook (13-inch, early 2008)
- MacBook Pro (15-inch, early 2009)
Not surprisingly, the company’s Mac Pro also made the list. With a 13 inch MacBook Air getting its own dedicated TarDisk Pear, we are not even remotely surprised that the previous generation notebooks got added in the list. Moving on, if you happen to be the owner of an iPod touch (1st generation), the Apple Cinema Display (23-inch, DVI early 2007), and Time Capsule 802.11n (1st generation), then we are sorry to inform you that even these products will be cut off from support.
Now, for the very first time, a long list of Beats products that Apple had gained from its acquisition of Beats are going to be removed from the support list too.
- Beatbox Portable (1st generation)
- Wireless (1st generation)
- Heartbeats (1st generation)
All of the aforesaid products are going to be put off the repair servicing support list from December 8, 2015, so if you have any product that is a part of the above mentioned list, then it is high time that you should upgrade.
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