Apple has launched a support program for the 13-inch MacBook Pro (without a Touch Bar). Specifically, the manufacturer has encountered problems with some 128 GB and 256 GB SSDs, which can lead to data loss or drive failure.
Apple launches SSD troubleshooting service on 13-inch MacBook (no Touch Bar)
Apple has announced that the manufacturer has launched a support program for the 13-inch MacBook (without the Touch Bar). Apple has determined that a limited number of 128 GB and 256 GB SSDs used in the 13-inch MacBook (without a Touch Bar) has an error that can lead to data loss or drive failure. Devices sold between June 2017 and June 2018 are affected.
Apple points out that the affected units are replaced by Apple or an authorized Apple service provider (AASP) at no cost. Apple recommends replacing the unit as soon as possible. Interested customers who have registered their device with Apple will receive an & # 39; email to alert them to the support program.
You can also manually check whether your MacBook Pro 13-inch (without a Touch Bar) is affected by the Apple support website. Just enter the serial number and start checking online.
If you're worried, go to an authorized Apple service provider, an Apple Store, or Apple Support.
This service does not extend the standard warranty coverage of the 13-inch MacBook Pro. This program is valid for MacBook Pro models affected three years after the device's first retail sale, incidentally, Apple has also launched an exchange program for the iPhone X display module in case of touch problems.