Owners of MacBook Pro notebooks built in the date range mentioned before can go to the Apple support page for this issue and a tool is provided to check if the notebook is eligible for a battery replacement.
Apple is to offer replacement batteries for some MacBook Pros fitted with batteries that have swollen due to a component failure.
Apple's new MacBook Pros are having a battery issue of their own.
The company later apologized and lowered the price of battery replacements for affected models to US$29 from US$79.
The problem only affects non-Touch Bar 13in MacBook Pros, and not all of them either.
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The programme will be available for five years since the original release of the "non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pro". Eligibility for the battery replacement program is linked to the serial number of the laptop.
According to Apple, the affected laptops were manufactured between October 2016 and October 2017.
Apple's website doesn't say how long the replacement will take, but does warn that not all of its retail stores are up to the job. However, Apple didn't reveal the actual number of MacBooks that have been affected by the issue.
To find out if you qualify, head over to www.apple.com/support/13inch-macbookpro-battery-replacement and enter your serial number. Additionally, the program doesn't extend the MacBook's existing warranty.
In some MacBook from Apple was defective, namely uzdevumiem during operation of the battery. "Service may take 3-5 days". In some cases, there may be a cost associated with the fix.