Apple recalled several older MacBook Pros after it learned that the batteries could expose consumers to risk.
According to the firm, the company is recalling the units of MacBook Pros sold between September 2015 and February 2017. The units come with batteries that could overheat while in use.
The impacted computers have Retina displays. And the company put up a website to help MacBook Pro owners figure out if their computers are at risk.
This isn’t the first time that Apple issues a recall for its more expensive laptops.
At first, the firm recalled units over keyboards after consumers complained about their butterfly switches.
While the firm took a long time to deal with the problem, it issued a campaign in June of 2018. The goal was to fix the keyboards. However, later in June, the firm also issued a recall involving MacBook Pro batteries. It later issued a battery replacement campaign.
Then in November 2018, the firm recalled solid-state drives after it claimed that some could experience issues that would lead to data loss and failure.
In May 2019, Apple expanded its keyboard repair program after consumers complained about “missing letters.”
Now that the firm issued this new MacBook Pro recall, it’s clear that the firm isn’t having the easiest of times keeping consumers from experiencing MacBook Pro-related hassles.
While Apple didn’t report any safety issues tied to most of the MacBook Pro recalls, this particular campaign is about issues that could lead to property damage or injury.
If you are concerned about your safety, heeding to Apple’s instructions in this recall is key.
In order to make sure your computer is not exposing you to unnecessary risks, contact the company directly or follow this link for more details.
And if you’re ever involved in an incident caused by a negligent company, don’t hesitate to contact us to get the legal help you deserve.