Apple recognizes a problem of some MacBook Pro 13" 2017, and start a specific program to repair
Apple has confirmed a problem in the latest models of MacBook Pro 13". In particular, this is a malfunction of the SSD and the motherboard, and now the company from Cupertino offers free repair of the joint of the two components.
The news has emerged thanks to an internal document, however, the latter does not provide precise details on the problems that users may encounter, or what percentage of the component has to be damaged for part of this repair program.
Below is an extract of the document, obtained by the colleagues of MacRumors from a source held to be totally reliable:
Apple has acknowledged that a precise number of MacBook Pro (13" in 2017, with two Thunderbolt ports, 3) require a replacement of the SSD and the motherboard when they have problems in the operation.
For greater clarity, the new repair program applies to models of the MacBook Pro 13" 2017 without Touch Bar. According to the company's Cupertino, the same problem afflicts other models in the Pro series with or without a Touch Bar, including those launched on the market in 2016.
The repair is free for the MacBook Pro 13" 2017 is still in warranty or with AppleCare+, if they are not observed damage due to liquid or accidental damage.
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