The iPhone 6 Plus has lived its life and it’s time to accept the end.
As reported by MacRumorsto celebrate the fifth anniversary of the model’s launch, the iPhone 6 Plus will be added to Apple’s vintage product list on December 31.
In an internal memo obtained by MacRumors, Apple said it would add the iPhone 6 Plus to its vintage product list on December 31, meaning more than five years have passed since Apple stopped distributing the iPhone 6 Plus. device for sale.
As a vintage product, iPhone 6 Plus owners can still get their phone repaired at Apple and the company’s wide range of third-party repair shops.
Owners of iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macs, or Apple TV products can get service and parts from Apple service providers, including Apple Stores and Independent Repairers, for at least 5 years as of the last release of the product by Apple.
Service and parts may be obtained longer, as required by law, or up to 7 years, subject to parts availability. In addition, Mac notebooks may be eligible for an extended battery-only repair term for up to 10 years from the product’s last on-sale date, subject to parts availability.
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