Apple has officially announced that it is adding two rather classic devices from its portfolio to its retro and obsolete products list.
These are the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 2, which have not been produced for five years. In October 2014, the iPad Air 2 was the first iPad Air to implement a Touch ID fingerprint sensor. In addition, it used the Apple A8X processor and, for the first time, used a laminated and continuous display.
When it comes to the iPad mini 2 debuted in November 2013 and is often referred to as the Retina iPad mini. It comes with an upgraded resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, thanks to the switch to a Retina display. The tablet uses an A7 processor and an M7 coprocessor, first debuted in the iPhone 5s.
The devices on the retro list of products indicate that Apple stopped selling them five and seven years ago. Apple offers service and parts for older devices for up to seven years, but service depends on the availability of parts.
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