Do you have problems with your iPhone X? Or maybe your Apple Macbook Pro? If so, they might be eligible for a free repair at the Apple Store.
During weekends, Apple quietly announced that it offers free job fixes for some hardware issues on some of its devices. The problems relate to the iPhone's touch functionality and data loss or drive failure on the 13-inch Macbook Pro.
"Apple has found that some iPhone X screens can detect touch problems due to a component that could be dropped on the display module," the company said.
Specifically, some devices have screens that do not always respond to the touch, while others report that the iPhone X screen sometimes responds when it does not even touch.
This is a problem that is often reported by Apple users online. In August, there were three separate Reddit topics, where customers reported and discussed the problems they face with the screen on their iPhone, including "touching ghost" and interruptions.
On its support side for the problem, Apple said it will replace the display module on suitable devices for free.
"No other iPhone model is part of this program," he said.
As for the MacBook Pro, some models of a 13-inch notebook without a given line "have a problem that can cause data loss and drive failure," said Apple. According to the company, the error affects some laptops sold between June 2017 and June 2018.
On the Apple support page for this issue, you can check if your model (requires 13-inch, 2017, two Thunderbolt, 3 ports) that qualifies for free repair. If you have this model, you can enter the serial number of your computer and check if it is eligible for the free repair program.
Customers will have to make sure they have backed up their data before servicing because the drive will be deleted as part of the repair.
"Any files that have already been damaged prior to servicing can not be restored," said Apple.
This is Apple's latest clip, whose products have suffered a number of unusual technical problems over the years, including the incorrect MacBooks, overheating of laptops, Apple Watch batteries, the 53 saga error that saw the iPhone become unusable, and that has triggered a controversy in the iPhone. admitted that it slows down old phones.