Apple launched a set of fix programs to correct problems for a few 13-inch, non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro plus a few iPhone Xs, as seen by Bloomberg. Affected MacBook Pro versions have a problem with their hard drive, whereas the iPhone X may have a faulty screen module.
In the event of the MacBook Pro, the organization states a”limited number” of 128 GB and 256 GB non-Touch Bar versions sold between June 2017 and June 2018 possess a problem using their ancestral forces, which”can lead to data loss and failure” Apple (or a licensed dealer) will support for all those versions at no cost, and urges obtaining them checked out earlier, instead of later. Owners may check on the support page to specify whether their computer is qualified. The list claims that MacBook Pro versions using the Touch Bar and old versions are not affected.
When it concerns the iPhone X, Apple states that some devices may”encounter touch problems” due to a failed part in the screen module — portions of the screen may not respond, may respond just a part of their moment, or may respond even if you’re not touching it. In this example, Apple or an authorized dealer will replace the screen module at no cost, but notes that in the event you’ve got a different matter, such as a busted display, that will have to be solved first, and they may charge you for this.