Apple adds this mythical MacBook to its list of obsolete products

An internal memo seen by the MacRumors publication reports the entry of one more laptop into Apple’s obsolete product category. The next addition to this list will be, according to the document, the 12-inch MacBook.

This model, officially presented in March 2015, will be considered obsolete by Apple as of June 30. This means that you will no longer be eligible for repair at any Apple Store or Authorized Dealer,

The 12-inch MacBook will be considered technologically obsolete

An Apple product becomes obsolete seven years after the company stopped selling it. It is important to remember that this milestone happened in April 2016 when North American technology unveiled the second generation of this model.

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By June 2023, the deadline stipulated by Apple for one of its equipment to become technologically obsolete is met. It is, therefore, without great surprises that we now report this news.

The 12-inch MacBook was one of the most iconic notebooks Apple launched for being one of the most elegant the brand had to date. By the way, this was the first model of the company to go on the market without a fan for active ventilation.

It was also one of Apple’s slimmest laptops at the time and inspired what is now the MacBook Air line. It was also one of the first to have only one USB-C port for charging and data transfer.

Other innovations introduced with the launch of the 12-inch MacBook were the trackpad with Force Touch technology and the butterfly keyboard. The latter was the subject of user hatred for several years due to its higher propensity for problems.

Technically, the 12-inch MacBook featured a 1.1GHz Intel Core M dual-core processor. It had integrated Intel graphics, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of SSD storage.

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If you still have a copy of this MacBook, it won’t stop working after June 30. Moving to the category means that it will no longer be supported by Apple, something that will no longer surprise anyone because of its age.

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