During 2012, Apple offered for sale an interesting MacBook Pro laptop, which was still equipped with an optical drive. It features a 13.3-inch Retina display and then the latest generation of Intel processors from the “Ivy Bridge” family. It was an Intel Core i5 processor with a frequency of 2.5 GHz. In short, everything advanced users need.
Although the light-powered MacBook Pro remains relatively popular on a regular basis, Apple has officially discontinued all support after 10 years. However, users are entitled to official service for at least another two years. This means that users of these laptops will still receive official repairs if they really want to.
However, in a couple of years, the MacBook Pro 2012 with an optical drive will lose the right to repair. This means that it will not be possible to obtain service by official service technicians. It is worth noting that the MacBook Pro has not received any OS updates since 2020.