Apple announced that it will stop supporting the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro, making the equipment obsolete
Over the years the equipment stops offering the same functions as a new equipment, beyond the new services many times they stop having the medium from its manufacturer. Initiating what is called planned obsolescence.
Manzana stated that the 13-inch MacBook Pro and of fifteen are obsoleteIn other words, it will not have new updates, so users will not have the possibility of receiving the company’s attention.
The 13-inch MacBook Pro is obsolete
Equipment that was launched in October 2012 will no longer be supported by the Cupertino company, including authorized providers.
Almost nine years after its launch, the computer that was announced for professionals will go down in history. In this way you will go to the list of Manzana his obsolete equipment.
“The company defines as old the products that have stopped being sold for more than 5 and less than 7 years.” However, they continue to receive hardware technical support from Manzana and associates.
But the teams that are classified as obsolete, are those whose sales were interrupted more than 7 years ago. So the company interrupts all hardware services with no exceptions.
Devices that fall into this category also cease to be repaired, as authorized services are left without the ability to request parts for repair.
The MacBook Pro 13 inches remained in stores Manzana until 2014. As seven years have passed since then, the computer meets the requirements to enter the list of obsolete devices.
The 15-inch MacBook Pro is outdated too
This team was also launched in 2012. It was the company’s first laptop to launch a Retina display. One of its advantages is that it was a slimmer model thanks to the elimination of the integrated Ethernet port and the removal of the optical drive.