Apple has now added the latest iPod Nano model to its list of what they call “vintage” products.

Apple released the first iPod Nano in 2005 and 2015 the latest version of the seventh generation of iPod Nano released, a product that Apple officially stopped selling in 2017. Apple usually puts products on its vintage list five years after they were released. If the product is over seven years old, it is usually moved from the vintage list to a list of “obsolete” products.

The difference between an Apple classifying a product as “vintage” or “obsolete” is that products on the vintage list can be officially repaired by Apple and their partners. If the product is over seven years old and is considered obsolete, Apple does not guarantee that it can be repaired by them or their partners.