Apple Obsoletes Mid 2010 15-Inch and 17-Inch MacBook Pros – Mac Rumors

MBP-Mid-2010-CrashedApple has actually updated its vintage and obsolete products list along with 3 brand-new products: MacBook Pro (15-inch, Mid 2010), MacBook Pro (17-inch, Mid 2010), and Xserve (Early 2009).

The older notebooks and server rack hardware are now classified as vintage in the United States and Turkey, and obsolete in the remainder of the world, according to Apple.

Macs and others products on the vintage and obsolete list are generally no longer eligible for hardware service. Apple defines vintage products as those that have actually not been manufactured for much more compared to 5 yet much less compared to seven years ago, while obsolete products are those that were discontinued much more compared to seven years ago.

The brand-new additions come much less compared to 3 months after Apple obsoleted decide on early 2008 to late 2009 Macs, including the iMac (21.5-inch, Late 2009), iMac (27-inch, Late 2009), MacBook Air (Mid 2009), Mac Pro (Early 2009), MacBook (13-inch, Early 2008), MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2008), and MacBook Pro (17-inch, Early 2008).

The MacBook Pro models obsoleted today were originally announced on April 13, 2010. Read how to identify your MacBook Pro model.My 17inch (Early 2009) MacBook Pro doesn’t feel ‘obsolete’, in naked truth along with an SSD installed it performs admirably for typical use, it’s simply the CPU that feels a little slow compared to today.I anticipate people pointing out exactly how powerful their 2010 Macbook is they’ve owned for 5 years and there is no technical requirement it couldn’t run the most up to date OS X version and Tim Cook is also greedy and and and and…

I anticipate people pointing out exactly how powerful their 2010 Macbook is they’ve owned for 5 years and there is no technical requirement it couldn’t run the most up to date OS X version and Tim Cook is also greedy and and and and…

I’d love to point out exactly how powerful my 2010 Macbook is which I’ve owned for 5 years. There is no technical requirement it couldn’t run the most up to date OS x. Tim Cook is also greedy and and and and…

I anticipate people pointing out exactly how powerful their 2010 Macbook is they’ve owned for 5 years and there is no technical requirement it couldn’t run the most up to date OS X version and Tim Cook is also greedy and and and and…

Latest OS X is supported on 2010… 2009… 2008… and 2007 MacBook Pros. Vintage/Obsolete has actually zero to do along with OS support, simply repairs.So… My Core i7 8GB RAM SSD machine is obsolete… Great… meanwhile they still sell 5200rpm HDD, 4GB RAM machines…I have actually two 2008 MBP’s that i usage on music production and playing live. Knocking on wood i state that the two still run fine.

Funny thing that those are officially ‘obsolete’. I have actually played many, several live gigs along with those and will certainly play years to come as long as they work. None of my much more recent MBP’s come also close on reliability. And that is important as quickly as playing music live.

I anticipate people pointing out exactly how powerful their 2010 Macbook is they’ve owned for 5 years and there is no technical requirement it couldn’t run the most up to date OS X version and Tim Cook is also greedy and and and and…

Well if the MacBook along with it’s c****y cpu/gpu can easily I don’t observe why the 2010 MacBook Pro cannot….

5 1/2 years of hardware sustain appears reasonable.

Only in the computer industry 😉 can easily you imagine the very same for appliances, cars and others things?

I have actually a 15 MBP mid 2010 laying around.

Only thing I believe it could reason quickly maybe is a battery replacement

Does this mean I can’t also get hold of that serviced or they simply wont sell the battery for it to me at all of ? :confused:

What sucks now is the latest models don’t also sustain replacing the batteries. So as quickly as they die, you have actually to get a whole brand-new laptop.

I anticipate people pointing out exactly how powerful their 2010 Macbook is they’ve owned for 5 years and there is no technical requirement it couldn’t run the most up to date OS X version and Tim Cook is also greedy and and and and…

Its funny that you ought to state that. I’m still effectively utilizing 3D modelling and rendering software at a perfectly adequate rate on my 2010 Macbook Pro.

Looks love I’d much better discover a bucket of your hard earned cash if I hope to remain up to date.

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