Apple has officially added the 12 inch 2015 MacBook under its vintage list.
The laptop was added to the Apple vintage list on June 30, 6 years after it was first launched to the public. ‘Vintage’ devices, according to Apple are those that have not been in production for 5-plus years and under 7 years. ‘Obsolete’ products are those that have not been in production for 7-plus years and are discontinued. Furthermore, they are not able to receive service from Authorized Service Providers or Apple technicians.
The 12 inch MacBook was introduced in 2015 and features a Retina display and a $1,299 price tag. It has a 1.1 or 1.2 GHz dual core processor, 8GB of memory and 256 or 512GB flash storage. It uses USB C for charging and ships with OS X El Capitan.
Apple refreshed the MacBook in 2016 and 2017, then discontinued production two years later, in 2019.