All four of the USB-C ports on my MacBook Pro 2016 are loose. No cables 'click' into place, like they do on other devices (including the actual power brick, which never comes undone). This is a really frustrating issue, as I'll find my computer not charging, or hard drives will unsafely disconnect. Apparently Apple have updated the USB-C ports on the 2017 MBP, so the USB-C cable holds in much better, or 'clicks' in. I have seen many other users with this problem, and my friend's 2016 MBP ports are exactly the same (so not an individual issue with my machine). Questions Do you have this problem? Which model do you have? Since Apple have updated this on the 2017 machine (apparently), is there any chance that I could argue for a repair or replacement if I can demonstrate a difference. It's clearly a design flaw. Have the 2016 logic board replacements been updated with the new 'clicky' USB-C ports, so if the logic board is replaced the USB-C ports would be updated? If Apple won't replace it, how easy is it to lobby them to launch a replacement programme like they did with the keyboard issue?