Apple’s first generation iPhone will this summer reach ‘obsolete’ status.
From June 11, Apple’s care centres in the UK, Canada, Asia, Europe, Japan and Latin America, as well as the company’s retail stores, will no longer offer service for the device. It will be a slightly different story in the US, however, as the phone will reach ‘vintage status and will be given limited service at stores and care centres. Originally released in June 2007, the iPhone shifted over 6 million units.
As well as the phone, Apple’s iMac G5, 2005 Mac mini and Powerbook G4 will also become ‘obsolete.
Source: Digital Spy