The 21.5 inch iMac that was produced in 2013 has now been added to their obsolete and vintage products list, which means that the product is classified by Apple as vintage in Turkey, the US and the whole world.
According to Apple, vintage products are those that have been manufactured between 5 to 7 years ago. The items in this category may not be serviced by authorized service providers or the Genius Bar.
Recently, the Cupertino-based company allowed late iMac models to go on a pilot repair program for parts availability. Over the past few years, Apple has continually added Macs and other devices under the program.
The iMac 2013 21.5 inch models were originally sold to educational institutions who wanted a cheaper iMac computer. Integrated graphics and a lower i3 Intel processor cost $200 less than the consumer model. The computers had 500 GB of hard disk storage and 4 GB of memory.