It affects laptops marketed
from September 2015 to February 2017.

Apple announced a voluntary recall of the 15-inch MacBook Pro holders on Thursday. If you purchased such a laptop between September 2015 and February 2017, it could have an overheating battery. Apple is replacing the battery free of charge in these laptops.

Click the Apple menu and pick About This Mac to see if your laptop is component of the recall. You should see the operating system as the main header in the overview section of the appearing About This Mac window. Just below that’s your Mac menu. If it reads, take notice of the serial number, “MacBook Pro (Retina,15-inch,Mid 2015). Then go to the website of Apple and enter the serial number to see if your MacBook Pro 15-inch is component of the recall.

If your laptop is component of the recall, you can either bring it to an Apple Authorized Service Provider or an Apple Retail Store or email Apple Support
to organize mail – in service through the Apple Repair Center. The service may take up to two weeks, according to the assistance paper from Apple.

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