It was the year 2013 when Apple introduced the iPhone 5c. Seven years after its launch, the Cupertino company now places this equipment on its product list vintage globally.
What it means to be a product vintage for Apple?
In practice, it means that they are products that have not been sold for more than five years. And they can be Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod or Apple TV products (and their accessories). And for these products, technical support is more limited.
It will always depend on the availability of inventory. But technical support for these products can still be found at the Apple Store or through the various authorized agents.
The iPhone 5c was introduced to the world in September 2013, as a cheap version of the iPhone 5 launched the previous year. It had the particularity of arriving with the same processor as this, the A6. It had a 4.0 inch LCD screen, 1GB of RAM and a 1510mAh battery.
In order to reduce its price, Apple sold the iPhone 5c with a plastic body. In addition, it is available in a wide range of colors: yellow, blue, white, pink and green. Which, at the time, made it the most colorful iPhone.
You should keep in mind that the next step is to make the iPhone 5c obsolete. This will only happen in 2022, when he will lose the right to technical support. What for an equipment that will have nine years of life at that time is not exactly surprising.
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