Today, Apple announced that the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro series launched in 2013 and 2014 will be officially included in "outdated" products, including 3 MBAs and 3 MBPs.
Outdated products still under repair
In general, Apple will list products that have been out of sale for more than 5 years but less than 7 years into the "outdated products" list. These "outdated products" can still be provided by Apple to provide hardware repair services, but are subject to inventory availability or legal restrictions . The products that are added this time are the MacBook Air 11-inch / 13-inch 2013 to 2014 versions, and the MacBook Pro 13 / 15-inch 2013 version is also on the list.
Software support is expected to end
In general, the latest version of macOS can also support Macs on the "outdated products" list, but if you enter the "discontinued" list, software support will also end. Macs that have just entered the "Outdated Products" list will have the opportunity to enter the "Discontinued" list at least one year later.