17-inch MacBook Pro, on its side

End of line: MacBooks Pro (2010) and Xserve (2009) have been officially obsolete by Apple

Do you know what a classic or obsolete Apple product is? We explain:

  • Classic products: are those that have not been manufactured for more than five years and less than seven. Apple suspends hardware service for classic products (vintage), with a few exceptions.
  • Obsolete products: are those offline for more than seven years. Apple completely suspends hardware service for obsolete products, without exceptions.

17-inch MacBook Pro, on its side

At the end of 2015 we informed that some products entered this list (Macs, accessories, first generation iPod touch, etc.). Now, three more are part of this group as reported by the MacRumors. Are they: 15-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2010), 17-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) and Xserve (early 2009).

The three are now classified as classics in the US and Turkey, and obsolete in the rest of the world according to Apple.