Apple has reportedly found that a few MacBook Airs are experiencing problems with their logic boards and have announced to fix the issue for free. If you are facing issues with your MacBook Air, you can head straight to the Apple Store and get it repaired without incurring any repair charges. The issue comes just two weeks after Apple recalled the 15-inch MacBook Pros over potential fire risk.
Apple has stated that a “very small number” of MacBook Airs are suspected to be having issues with their logic boards. The computer may not even turn on because of the faulty logic board, and the company has noted the same across a few batches of 2018 MacBook Airs. The company is aware of the affected serial numbers and is reportedly reaching out to those particular customers via emails and asking them to get the system repaired. The company has not listed any exchange program for the products, but it would be advised to get your systems check if you too are facing any issues with it. Apple will continue to offer free repair for four years from the date of purchase. Customers can reach out to the Apple Store or any authorized service centre to get their MacBook Airs repaired during this four year period.
Apple recently saw the exit of their two-decade old designer chief, John Ive. Ive was instrumental in providing Apple the popularity in its initial days and was also the chief designer of Apple’s 1998 MacBook. He was involved in the designing of almost every product including iPods, iPhones, and MacBooks. Ive will now head a company of his own and will continue to work with Apple. Ive served Apple for 24 years and was instrumental in introducing the importance of designing in the smartphone and electronic industry.