Apple is adding the iPhone 5c and the 15-inch MacBook Pro that launched in Mid 2014 to its vintage and obsolete products list, reports MacRumors. The change will take effect in all countries starting from October 31.
Previously, vintage Apple products were not eligible for repairs at Apple Authorized Service Providers, but that changed when Apple started offering extended repairs of select vintage products in 2018. Both of these devices will remain eligible for service in all countries depending on the availability of parts, according to MacRumors.
The company introduced iPhone 5c in September 2013, alongside the iPhone 5s. It was basically an iPhone 5 in a plastic body that came in several colors for a lower price point. The 16GB model was priced at $99 while the 32GB cost $199 with a two-year contract in the United States.
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