Sorry if this issue has been covered, but i only heard this news yesterday and need a bit of advice... I bought my macbook pro in Nov 2011. In Nov 2014 it suddenly died. I brought it to a repair shop and they said it was the graphics card. They replaced it, but only gave me a 3 month warantee. It just broke again. I was planning to buy a secondhand machine and sell this one for parts, but when I called a secondhand dealer he told me about the recall. He said that in order to get the machine repaired I would need to make sure it looked like it hadnt been tampered with and i should bring it into him to be serviced for £75... (approx $120). I have two questions - Firstly, it says on the apple site that they only repair machines that have been bought within 3 years... which puts mine out of date. Do apple enforce this? Secondly, would apple be able to tell that i already got the graphics card replaced? If so, should i go for this reservice? Thanks for your time!