The company now classifies the Apple Thunderbolt Display (27-inch) and Apple LED Cinema Display (27-inch) as vintage. Products are considered vintage when Apple stopped distributing them for sale more than 5 and less than 7 years ago.
Currently, the only display offered by Apple is the Pro Display XDR. This display costs $5K. We've heard rumors that Apple is working on a more affordable monitor but have not seen any evidence of an upcoming launch. Perhaps it could arrive alongside the next generation Mac Pro or Mac mini.
Apple also moved the Mid 2013 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air to the list of obsolete products. Products are considered obsolete when Apple stopped distributing them for sale more than 7 years ago. Apple discontinues all hardware service for obsolete products, with the sole exception of Mac notebooks that are eligible for an additional battery-only repair period. Service providers cannot order parts for obsolete products.
Other changes include adding Beats Tour 2.5 to the list of products vintage in the U.S. and obsolete in the rest of the world; as well as, adding the Beats Portable 2 and moving the Beats Pill 2.0 to the list of obsolete products.
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