Apple launches replacement program for 13-inch MacBook Pro SSDs issue

Apple on Friday confirmed a “limited number” of solid state drives used in 13-inch MacBook Pro models without Touch Bar are subject to an undisclosed issue that could result in data loss and hardware failure.

The affected units were sold from June 2017 to June 2018, at capacities of 128 GB or 256 GB. To check if a specific 13-inch MacBook Pro contains the hardware issue and is eligible for the free repair, users may enter the laptop’s serial number on the Apple support page.

Customers who registered their device with Apple, and who have been identified as eligible based on company records, should receive an email about the program.
Eligible MacBook Pro computers can be serviced at an Apple store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider free of charge.

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