AirPort base stations are starting to sell out or fade completely from Apple’s online and retail stores in selected countries. It came out a few weeks after Apple declared it has discontinued the list of routers.
The initial incident is the AirPort Extreme is listed as sold out on Apple’s online store. In the United States and unavailable for the mark at Apple’s retail stores over the country. The base station continues to be available in confined numbers in selected countries, like Australia, Canada, Japan, and Singapore. It’s likely possible that some of Apple’s retail stores, however, have inventory outlasting in those countries.
AirPort Express and AirPort Time Capsule models continue in supply on Apple’s online store in the United States and other countries. But they will finally sell out too as inventory proceeds to diminish.
Apple has stated that its AirPort products would simply continue to be available while stocks last it was to be assumed ultimately.
The end for AirPort products begins approximately a year and a half. But after some reports, Apple discontinued the development of the base stations to adjust its focus on other major products as well. AirPort Express was last renewed in June 2012 and still works with the old 802.11n Wi-Fi standard.
Whereas the AirPort lineup has been suspended. Apple will be giving services and parts for the current-generation home stations for up to five more years now. Apple has also shared a new support document giving tips on picking a router to use. Including its devices and now trades the Linksys Velop mesh system also.