by Mariella Moon, Engadget A flaw in the affected devices could cause their built-in batteries to expand It hasn’t been that long since the iPhone battery fiasco, but Apple already has another battery issue to deal with. The tech giant has launched a battery replacement program for 13-inch MacBook Pros without Touch Bar manufactured between […]Read more "Apple Will Replace Swollen Batteries in Newer MacBook Pros, Free"
June 18, 2012 By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes Summary: iFixit have given the new MacBook Pro a reparability score of 1 out of ten, calling it “virtually non-upgradeable”. Did you rush out and order a brand new ‘Retina’ display MacBook Pro immediately following their unveiling at the WWDC 2012? If you did then you’d better have loaded […]Read more "Want to upgrade that ‘Retina’ MacBook Pro? Tough luck!"