Apple iPhone 5s, iPhone 6s, iPod touch, and 2015 iMac Added to Apple’s List of Obsolete Products

TIMESOFINDIA, Jun 1 – Apple has recently updated its list of obsolete products, which now includes the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6s, iPod touch, and the 2015 edition of the iMac. These devices will no longer receive updates or service from Apple, as they have surpassed the 7-year distribution cutoff.

The iPhone 5s, launched in 2013, is now considered obsolete globally. Along with this model, Apple has also added the sixth-generation iPod touch and the 2015 version of the 21.5-inch iMac to the list of obsolete products.

According to Apple, products are labeled as obsolete when they have not been distributed for sale for more than 7 years. This means that these devices will not be eligible for any future updates or repairs from Apple.

The iPhone 5s was known for its TouchID feature embedded in the Home button and was powered by the A7 chip, which was Apple’s first iPhone chip with 64-bit architecture.

In addition to these devices, Apple has added the iPhone 6s to the list of obsolete products earlier this year. The company has listed several other iPhone models as obsolete worldwide, including the iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 6 Plus.

On a different note, Apple is working on enhancing Siri’s capabilities by integrating artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The new Siri will be able to control various apps on iPhones and iPads through voice commands. Users will be able to ask Siri to perform tasks such as opening documents, moving notes, sending emails, opening news stories, and summarizing articles.

As Apple continues to evolve its products and services, the addition of these devices to the list of obsolete products marks a significant shift in the company’s focus towards newer technologies and advancements in AI.