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Recall alert: Your Apple MacBook Pro could be a fire hazard

betanews Thursday, 20 June 2019
Recall alert: Your Apple MacBook Pro could be a fire hazardIf you own a MacBook Pro, you are very lucky -- they are great laptops. Unfortunately, even top computer makers, such as Apple, can experience hardware issues leading to safety concerns, and sometimes, a recall. Today, Apple announces a voluntary recall for some MacBook Pro laptops. It is quite a scary issue too -- the batteries can overheat and cause a fire. In other words, it can potentially damage property, cause injuries, and worst of all, lead to death. ALSO READ: Apple teams up with Best Buy to expand repair services to hundreds of stores The current generation is not impacted thankfully;… [Continue Reading]
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News video: Fire Safety Risk Forces Apple To Recall Macbook Pro Laptops

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The popular tech giant, Apple, has recalled several Macbook Pro Laptops after the company discovered a fire safety risk.

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