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Apple Discovers Logic Board Issue With 'Very Small Number' of 2018 MacBook Airs

Apple Discovers Logic Board Issue With 'Very Small Number' of 2018 MacBook Airs

Posted June 29, 2019 at 5:31pm by iClarified · 8696 views
Apple has discovered a logic board issue with 'a very small number' of 2018 MacBook Air units, according to an internal support document obtained by MacRumors.

Apple will replace the main logic board in affected MacBook Air units, free of charge. Apple will also send an email to affected customers to let them know that their notebooks are eligible for a main logic board replacement. Apple did not provide any specific details or symptoms pertaining to the "issue."

If you're experiencing an issue with your MacBook you should contact support. When your serial number is entered into Apple's internal repair system, a message will tell technicians to replace the logic board.

Apple will cover the repair within four years of the original purchase date. The repair will proceed even if you have damage that you do not want repaired, as long as that damage doesn't impede the replacement.

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Apple Discovers Logic Board Issue With 'Very Small Number' of 2018 MacBook Airs
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