Apple Recall 15-Inch MacBooks Pro units through his replacement program due to the battery safety issues. These units were sold during the span between September 2015 and February 2017.
Apple 15-Inch MacBooks Pro was Recalled for a limited number of product unit which have a battery overheated problem and may cause a safety risk. They have recalled these product units which can easily be identified by their serial numbers.
Moreover, Apple Company has asked the customers to stop using those 15-inch MacBooks Pro unit which is damaged and affected with Retina displays. They have ensured them to replace the batteries as soon as possible.
Apple has made a statement that the safety of their customers has always been their topmost priority. They have recalled these damaged MacBooks to replace batteries voluntarily and free of charge.
The company has provided a website to check their product eligibility and how they can get their damaged batteries changed. The complete information can be collected from the link mentioned below:
The replacement is totally free of cost. However, it will take one to two weeks for the repair service that will be provided.
Apple has clearly mentioned that no other 15-inch MacBook Pro units or Mac notebooks have been affected by this battery issue.
You can check your MacBook Pro status that whether it is affected by the overheated battery issue or not by following certain instructions.
Apple Recall Program
- In order to check which model you have to click on the ‘About This Mac’ from the Apple menu. If you hold “MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015),” in your possession.
- You have to enter the serial number of your MacBook in the program page that has been provided by Apple.
- When entering the serial, the program will mention you that if your MacBook is eligible for the battery replacement which is free of charge.
- If your device is eligible ,then take your device to the nearest Apple Authorized Service Provider.
This is not the first time that Apple has recalled its product. In last June, they recalled 13-inch MacBook Pros for faulty keyboards. They offered a free of charge replacement last time too.