Apple recalls MacBook Pro Batteries due to overheating problems


Today morning, Apple announced a voluntary recall of the MacBook Pro batteries after getting reports for overheating issues and safety risks. This recall only targets to mid-2015 15-inch MacBook Pro systems with Retina displays. The company clearly mentioned in its press release that this recall is only meant for MacBook Pro sold between September 2015 and February 2017.

Now the question arises, how can you check that your MacBook Pro is eligible for this recall or not. So, the concerned users can check their eligibility by checking the Apple Menu in their system finder. Once you find your system details from the Apple Menu, you can input your serial number on the page hosted by the company. There you can get confirmation that you qualify for this recall or not.

As the repair page notes, those systems impacted by the recall could take one to two weeks to process and send back. The recall program will not impact the system’s warranty in any way. So, if you are facing the overheating issue on your 2015 MacBook Pro, you can check its eligibility and request for recall to get it repaired.

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