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Apple launched a pair of repair programs for some iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro models

[2018-11-10 10:56:20]

Apple launched a pair of repair programs to fix issues for some 13-inch, non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro and some iPhone Xs, as spotted by Bloomberg. Affected MacBook Pro models have an issue with their solid-state drive, while the iPhone X might have a faulty display module. In the case of the MacBook Pro, the company says that a “limited number” of 128 GB and 256 GB non-Touch Bar models sold between June 2017 and June 2018 have an issue with their solid-state drives, which “may result in data loss and failure.” Apple (or an authorized dealer) will service for those models for free, and recommends getting them checked out sooner, rather than later. Owners can check on the service page to determine if their computer is eligible. The listing...

Apple launched a pair of repair programs for some iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro models


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