Apple Launches MacBook Pro Battery Replacement Program

Apple Launches MacBook Pro Battery Replacement Program

Apple Launches MacBook Pro Battery Replacement Program

The replacement program extends to 13-inch MacBook Pro non-touch bar units manufactured between October 2016 and October 2017 that feature a component that may fail and cause the built-in battery to expand.

Apple is to offer replacement batteries for some MacBook Pros fitted with batteries that have swollen due to a component failure.

Apple has announced that the battery replacement program is free of cost and owns won't have to spend anything for batteries. To check the eligibility of your MacBook Pro, you can enter the device serial number on Apple support page followed by the submit button.

Hat tip to Actualités Apple for spotting the new battery replacement program, which is also available in Canada.

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According to Ming-Chi Kuo, who has a solid track record when it comes to predicting unreleased Apple hardware, the 2018 MacBook Air model will have a 13-inch display as previous models. However, Apple didn't reveal the actual number of MacBooks that have been affected by the issue. If you've already swapped out your battery, you can get in touch with the brand about a refund.

Replacing the battery could take between three to five business days, Apple has warned, and may require the device to be shipped to an Apple Repair Centre. If the system says yes, you can go ahead and contact to the nearby Apple's official Service Center.

Apple has officially unveiled a new program for the Macbook Pro laptop users. In some cases, there may be a cost associated with the fix.

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