The late 2010 MacBook Air will be obsolete on October 31


The Cupertino boys have once again taken out the paper and pencil to review equipment that has been on the market too long and start updating the company's long list of outdated devices. Keep in mind that an obsolete model does not mean that we already have to throw it away but that the company no longer manufactures components for those models in question, except for some very specific exceptions. Apple defines vintage equipment as those that have not been manufactured in the last five years but have been on the market for less than seven years, while obsolete products are those that have been on the market for more than seven years.

Apple has published a new list of obsolete products on the Japan website, a list of products that will soon reach the rest of the company's website. In that list we can see how the Late 13 2010-inch MacBook Air, 2009rd Generation AirPort Expreme, and Mid-XNUMX Time Capsule to Enter Obsolete Product List of the company on October 31. The iPhone 4 has also been included in this list, iPhone that the last version of iOS it received is 7.1.2.

If you have any of these devices with a malfunction and you want to start it up again, you should go to an Apple Store before October 31 to still be able to find original parts. Otherwise you will have to search the internet for third-party or second-hand spare parts, as long as the repair is worth it. By the way, the Mac that I usually use is a Mac Mini from mid 2010, vintage product according to Apple, but that has come back to life (and I hope for many years) after changing the hard drive for an SSD and expanding the memory up to 8 GB.

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  1.   JJ said

    That photo is not of the MacBook Air.

  2.   Jose Miguel Moreno placeholder image said

    All the laptops of the company where I work that i5 and i7 would like to go like my precious MacBook Air from the end of 2010 being a C2D ... Obsolete because Apple feels like it because it gives a thousand laps to the PCs they sell today in any department store.

    Until it explodes like a Note 7 I won't change it XD

  3.   Delta Ray Z said

    Obsolete? Ha, but if it still supports High Sierra