According to an internal Apple memo, the company plans to add the iPhone 5C and 2014 mid 15 inch MacBook Pro to all national antique and obsolete product lists on October 31. In the past, Apple’s antique products were no longer eligible for repair at Genius Bar or Apple’s authorized service provider, but Apple began to provide extended repair service for some antique products in 2018. < / P > < p > both the iPhone 5C and the mid-2014 15 inch MacBook Pro will remain eligible indefinitely, subject to parts availability. < / P > < p > the iPhone 5C, which was launched with the iPhone 5S in September 2013, is basically an iPhone 5 that is repackaged in a colored plastic shell in blue, green, pink, yellow and white. The low-end device was aimed at price sensitive users and was very popular in the market at that time. The price of the 16GB model in the United States was from $99 and the contract period was two years. Privacy Policy