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Question: Series 0 obsolescence?

Hey community. First question here. I’m very fond of my Apple Watch series 0 (very first one released) and see no reason to purchase another, until of course it becomes obsolescent and reaches end of life/support. Does anybody have any idea when this might happen so I might plan for an upgrade? Thank you!

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I'm afraid that no-one here can tell you anything about Apple's unannounced plans. You are not talking to Apple here - this is a user-based technical support community.


Whilst Apple no longer sells new Apple Watch (1st generation) models, no model of Apple Watch has yet been declared vintage or obsolete by Apple:


Vintage and obsolete products - Apple Support


Keep in mind (particularly if selling your Apple Watch, in order to describe it accurately to any buyer) that there is no "Series 0" under Apple's terminology:


Identify your Apple Watch - Apple Support

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Nov 16, 2017 11:50 PM in response to minetape In response to minetape

if it still worked after apple marked it as obsolescence why stop using it ?


obsolescence only mean apple no longer repair them or exchange them

they could even stop making software updates for devices before they mark them as obsolescence

Nov 16, 2017 11:50 PM

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Nov 17, 2017 1:24 AM in response to minetape In response to minetape

Hi


I'm afraid that no-one here can tell you anything about Apple's unannounced plans. You are not talking to Apple here - this is a user-based technical support community.


Whilst Apple no longer sells new Apple Watch (1st generation) models, no model of Apple Watch has yet been declared vintage or obsolete by Apple:


Vintage and obsolete products - Apple Support


Keep in mind (particularly if selling your Apple Watch, in order to describe it accurately to any buyer) that there is no "Series 0" under Apple's terminology:


Identify your Apple Watch - Apple Support

Nov 17, 2017 1:24 AM

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Nov 17, 2017 5:03 AM in response to Jonathan UK In response to Jonathan UK

My apologies on this. I saw the community as the most appropriate place to ask questions, just not to Apple apparently.


I referred to the watch as series 0 because I know Apple has a series 1,2, and 3, none of which include the original.


Your answer has been marked correct.

Nov 17, 2017 5:03 AM

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