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Apple recalls certain MacBook or MacBook pro because of the overheating of the battery

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Apple issued a recall for certain models of its popular MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops, after he became aware of the problems that the battery pack can overheat and “pose a safety risk.”

The tech giant issued a voluntary recall on Tuesday and the influence of the 15-inch MacBook Pro models that were sold between the end of September. 2015 and February 2017. The affected laptops can be identified by serial number, Apple said. That is, information that can be obtained by selecting the “About This Mac” from the Apple Menu in the upper left-hand corner of the screen to the user.

If a person has an important part to the 15-inch model, they can visit Apple’s website for more details and to learn more about how you can replace the battery for free.

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Apple added that there is no 15-inch MacBook and MacBook Pro systems, or any other Mac notebooks would be affected by this recall.

The battery life, remember to mark the second of Apple’s recall just a few months ago. In April, Apple is voluntarily recalled certain ac power outlet plug adapters, as well as Apple’s World Travel Adapter Kits are the one who said, “it would be able to break down and create a risk of electric shock when touching them.”

The affected adapters have been designed for use in the first place, in Hong Kong, Singapore, south africa, and the united kingdom.

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