Apple's silent recall

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Chipmaster, May 19, 2013.

  1. Chipmaster macrumors newbie

    Chipmaster

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    Just to let you guys know. As I am sure the guys in my group would approve this message. Apple has a few silent recalls for those of you who fix these. Check this out, a cope and paste from my group.=========
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    Apple Recalls.

    Also there is a silent repair program for video issues with the 15" 2010
    i5/i7 models for 3 years after purchase.
    There is also free LCD replacement on A1342 if you have cracks in the hinge area for 3 years after purchase.
    Currently there are issues on the 2011 i7 quad models with the GPU, I think this will also turn into a repair program.
    You can swap a totally trashed iPad for a new one for a fixed price, so if
    you have one that was run over by a car take it to Apple. Same goes for
    iPhones.
    You can still swap the 2009 A1181 topcases for a new one if they are
    chipped.
    A timecapsule is covered under any active Apple care plan if it is in the
    same name. Same for airport/express.
    The 1TB seagate imac HD replacement is well known I guess.
    Cloudy spots in LCDs on 21.5 and 27" iMacs.
    Also remember that if you're in the EU and are a private person you have 2
    years warranty on an Apple product, just bitch about it and they will cave
    in.
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    Also about this great deal.Apple is replacing the
    bottom covers of the white A1342 Macbooks.I have two here & just sent in
    serial number's & got email saying processing replacement.They should come
    with screw's & a screw driver.Gotta like extended warranty!!!
     
  2. fskywalker macrumors 65816

    fskywalker

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    Which Ipad model you are referring to? Where did you got all this info?
     
  3. blueroom macrumors 603

    blueroom

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    Toronto, Canada
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    Not a recall but an OOW replacement that's about half the cost of new or $50 if you have AppleCare+
     
  4. Tenashus1 macrumors 6502

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    What about a recall on the latest version of the Airport Extreme. Mine up and died after 22 months. Boom.
     

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