Got a problem with your iPhone X or 13-inch ? It might worth your time checking out latest service programs because you could be entitled to a no-cost fix.
The iPhone X service program targets faulty display modules that may suffer from touch issues.
Apple describes the issue as follows:
- The display, or part of the display, does not respond or responds intermittently to touch
- The display even though it was not touched
This program X for years from the date of sale.
The other service program is specific to 13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) equipped with 128GB and 256GB solid-state drives (SSDs) sold between 2017 and June 2018.
A limited number of thee laptops have an "issue that may result in data loss and failure of the ".
To find out if your MacBook Pro is affected, fire up and go to About This Mac found in the Apple menu () in the upper-left corner of the screen. If your device is listed as "MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2017, Two 3 ports)" then head over to this page and enter your number into the form to if it is affected.
Apple recommends having your drive serviced as soon as possible to prevent data loss. You will need to back up your data because the repair involves updating the 's , a process that will wipe the data.
If you have had either of these issues repaired by Apple or an Apple Authorized Service Provider then you should get in touch with Apple to arrange a refund. If you it yourself -- perhaps using the excellent guides over at iFixit -- then you're not entitled to a refund, but you do get to bask in the glory of carrying out the fix yourself.
This program covers affected MacBook Pro models for 3 years from the date of purchase.
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