Yes Apple still sells them: https://www.apple.com/airport-time-capsule/ It has been reported/rumored since over a year ago that Apple has abandoned them. It has also been reported that good third party solutions exist -- meshes like Eero and off site backups like BackBlaze. The problem is as good as they may be, they are not the same thing, and would be a bad idea for a large percentage of Mac users. Eero is fantastic for people living in huge suburban houses, where a mesh WiFi is sometimes vastly superior to a AirPort Extreme or Time Capsule. But many Mac users are based in NYC or European or Asian cities (a majority, even?) where a mesh is useless because an Airport Extreme can cover their entire apartment with WiFi, and having multiple WiFi routers is a waste of precious space. Also, you can attach your printer or some other crucial device to you Airport Extreme or Time Capsule and cannot to your Eero. So far as backups are concerned BackBlaze has a huge advantage over a Time Capsule - if your apartment burns down or is so thoroughly robbed that all your backups are taken you will be saved by an off-site backup. But there are any number of reasons that it doesn't replace a Time Capsule. Plenty of people have internet connections that are way too slow for fast enough off site backups for it to be your only one. Some are also unwilling (legitimately - Equifax anyone?) to not want their financial, etc. info end up at a 3rd party company they have no control over. I also doubt that BackBlaze works worldwide - but Macs and Time Capsule do. Lastly over a few years, Time Capsule is cheaper than a subscription. So while both Eero and BackBlaze are perfect examples of services Apple should support themselves - a mesh version of AirPort (but only one version) and an off sight backup version of iCloud to cover what BackBlaze offers, they still need to continue to update and sell the current versions of Airport Extreme and Time Capsule for the majority of their Mac users.