Apple has designated the 2016 iPhone SE and 2017 12.9-inch iPad Pro as vintage, which haven't been sold for at least five years.
Apple maintains a vintage and obsolete product list based on how long a product hasn't been available on the market. Vintage products may be eligible for service, while obsolete products are not.
New obsolete products include the Powerbeats 2 and Beats Solo2 Wireless headphones. Products on the obsolete list haven't been available for seven years or more.
Some regions like France have special requirements for products sold. Owners of iPhones or Macs purchased in 2021 or later can obtain service and parts from Apple or service providers for seven years after the date the product model was last supplied by Apple.
Obsolete products lose their ability to be serviced with one exception. MacBooks may be eligible for an extended battery-only repair period for up to 10 years from when the product was last distributed for sale.
The original iPhone SE was a popular product that promised the old design would last a few more years. Its departure into vintage territory alongside the second-generation 12.9-inch iPad Pro marks the end of that era.