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Users of the MacBook Air have long been waiting for the “fabled” MacBook Air Retina. After seeing the MacBook Pro Retina in action, it just feels like something is missing from the MacBook Air. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t see myselfShow More Summary
Give it back and we'll fix it (for free, sigh) Faced with a class-action lawsuit, Apple has agreed to fix MacBook Pros with knackered graphics electronics free of charge.…
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is offering free repairs for MacBook Pro units suffering from video problems and system restarts, the technology giant announced on Thursday. The affected machines, sold between 2011 to 2013, may experience either distorted or scrambled video, no video on the built-in screen or on an external display even when the machine is […]
PSA: Apple has launched a repair program for MacBook Pros from 2011 to 2013 displaying video problems. People with video issues who have the affected models can get them fixed for free, and people who already paid to get their laptops fixed can get a refund. This includes MacBooks with scrambled video, video that won't turn on, and unexpected restarts. Read more...
Back in October, we shared some MacBook Pro owners’ complaints about their computers, which had what can broadly be described as “video problems” that often rendered the computers unusable. Apple has now announced a repair program in...Show More Summary
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After successfully battling a class action lawsuit last year, Apple is finally acknowledging a long-running issue with MacBook Pros' graphics hardware and has begun offering free repairs, MacRumors reports. The lawsuit was brought against...Show More Summary
This week Apple has announced that they are initiating a new repair extension program for the MacBook Pro, in order to address video corruption and stability problems with certain models. The program offers extended repair service for...Show More Summary
Did you snag a MacBook Pro before 2014 only to run into corrupted video, no video at all or spontaneous reboots? You won't have to shell out for a fix if you're out of warranty. After more than a year of reports, Apple is launching a repair program t...
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Apple is offering a new repair program that extends coverage for certain MacBook Pro models made between 2011 and 2013 that are exhibiting problems related to video. The program offers either free repairs on affected models, or reimbursement for repairs already paid for by users. Show More Summary
Does your MacBook Pro freak out with distorted graphics or randomly restart? Then you’ll want to take advantage of Apple’s new repair program. After deeming that a “small percentage of MacBook Pro systems may exhibit distorted video, no video, or … Read more ›
Apple has just announced a repair extension program for MacBook Pro computers with video issues. Through the program, Apple will repair affected MacBook Pros or reimburse people who have already paid for a repair. "We've found that a...Show More Summary
Some 2012 and 2013 Retina MacBook Pros are also covered.
Apple has begun a repair program to fix MacBook Pro machines sold between February 2011 and February 2013 that have problems with distorted video, no video, or unexpected system restarts. As of February 20 in the United States and Canada...Show More Summary
Following a number of complaints from consumers regarding graphics issues with Apple’s 2011 MacBook Pro, the company today announced a replacement program to remedy the issue for customers still experiencing problems. The affected models include 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pros built in 2011, as well as 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros built in 2012 and early 2013. […]