Every quarter, Apple updates its list of products that the company limits or ends support for, and categorizes these iPhones and MacBooks as either Obsolete or Vintage.

Obsolete products are ones that are have been off the store shelves for seven or more years. Because of this, Apple will no longer supply stores and service centers with parts.

Vintage products, on the other hand, are more than five years but less than seven years old. Stores and resellers will still support iPhones, iPods, and MacBooks in this category. If you are unsure if your MacBook Pro is now Obsolete or Vintage, we are listing each MacBook in both categories.

Before reading the list, MicroReplay wants to inform readers that we will still repair several models on each of the lists. We have also listed the model number for each MacBook Pro, and if you see yours listed below, you can click on it and start booking a repair with us. To figure out what model your MacBook Pro is, simply turn the laptop upside down and look for the number, which starts with the letter A, followed by four digits.

Obsolete MacBook Pros:

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MacBook Pro (13-Inch, Early-2011) [Model: A1278]

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MacBook Pro (15-Inch, 2011) [Model: A1286]

MacBook Pro 15-Inch 2012

MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012) [Model: A1398]

Vintage MacBook Pros:

Did you see your model listed above and have accidentally spilled coffee or water on it? Don’t hesitate to book a repair with MicroReplay. We take both walk-in and mail-in MacBooks and we will be sure to help to walk you through our repair process.