Apple discontinues support for iPhone 4 and iPod classic
16:45, Monday, 05 September, 2016
From September 13, 2016 Apple iPhone 4 acknowledges a vintage, 120-Gigabyte iPod classic and some Mac computers, released in 2009 and 2010. After 10 days Apple won’t support iPhone 4 and older models of iMac, MacBook Pro workstations Mac mini and Mac mini Server. As noted in the company, vintage or obsolete products are those that were discontinued more than 5 and less than 7 years ago. Apple does not serve them outside of the state of California, USA. The status “end-of-life” are products that have been discontinued more than 7 years ago. Apple does not serve end-of-life device and does not provide any exceptions. Service companies do not have the possibility to order spare parts for end-of-life products. From 13 September, Apple stops support: Mac – the legacy (USA and Turkey) and of retired (AP/CN/EU/JP/LA): iMac (20-inch, mid 2009) Mac mini (mid 2010) Mac mini Server (mid 2010) Mac – of retired (AP/CN/EU/JP/LA/US) MacBook (13-inch, late 2008) iPhone is outdated (USA) and end-of-life.