Apple Issues Recall Over 'Expanding' Batteries

Published June 13th, 2018 - 09:50 GMT
The built-in battery for some of their 13-inch models for MacBook Pro with non-Touch bar may expand. (Shutterstock)
The built-in battery for some of their 13-inch models for MacBook Pro with non-Touch bar may expand. (Shutterstock)

Apple has recently issued a warning to all MacBook Pro users regarding a flaw in the battery design.

The built-in battery for some of their 13-inch models for MacBook Pro with non-Touch bar may expand.

Units built between October 2016 until October 2017 are subject to the recall. Owners of such models are urged to check their serial numbers on Apple's website to see if their units are eligible.

Apple has stated that the replacement of the battery will be for free.

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Although the battery issue is not dangerous, Apple urged all owners to make sure their units comply with the standards and deliver their device to the nearest authorised service provider.   

The time of service may take up from 3 up to 5 working days.

This article has been amended from its original source.


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