According to an internal memo obtained by foreign technology media MacRumors, Apple plans to list the original 12-inch MacBook as an “obsolete product” on June 30.
Apple’s definition of “obsolete products” is as follows:
An obsolete product is one that is more than 5 years old but less than 7 years old from the date Apple discontinued it.
If the equipment listed as an “obsolete product” is damaged or seeks after-sales assistance, since Apple officially no longer provides related parts, it can no longer be repaired and serviced through Apple Store retail stores and Apple authorized service providers.
Apple launched the 12-inch MacBook in March 2015 with a thin and light design and weighs only two pounds. It is also Apple’s first fanless laptop computer.
Standard specs for the original model include a 1.1GHz dual-core Intel Core M processor with integrated Intel graphics, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD.