• Here's How to Get Your iPhone X Screen Fixed by Apple

    9 days ago - By Tom's Guide

    Apple acknowledged that some original iPhone X displays aren't responding properly to touches, but there's a repair program you can take advantage of.
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  • Apple is fixing these iPhone X and MacBook Pro problems for free

    Apple is fixing these iPhone X and MacBook Pro problems for free

    9 days ago - By TechRadar

    Apple has quietly launched another couple of official repair programs - that's where it acknowledges manufacturing problems with its products, and offers free fixes for all the devices affected. This time they cover the iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro. First up is the iPhone X, recently discontinued after the launch of the iPhone XS , iPhone XS Max , and iPhone XR. The handset may have an issue where the display doesn't respond correctly to touch inputs, or seems to react even when it's not being touched - so if you notice this behavior then Apple will repair your phone for free. As with...
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  • Apple says that the touchscreen is failing on some iPhone X units

    Apple says that the touchscreen is failing on some iPhone X units

    9 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Apple has posted a new support page for the iPhone X that mentions how a component used on the display module might fail. As a result, some iPhone X models might not respond to a user's touch on the screen. This could happen intermittently. Or, the display might react even though it was not touched. Apple says that this behavior has been seen on the Apple iPhone X only.
    Apple says that eligible models of the iPhone X will have the display module changed free of charge through Apple, or an Apple Authorized Service Provider. If your unit is having these issues, Apple ...
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  • Apple launched a pair of repair programs for some iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro models

    Apple launched a pair of repair programs for some iPhone X and 13-inch MacBook Pro models

    9 days ago - By The Verge

    Apple launched a pair of repair programs to fix issues for some 13-inch, non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro and some iPhone Xs, as spotted by Bloomberg. Affected MacBook Pro models have an issue with their solid-state drive, while the iPhone X might have a faulty display module.
    In the case of the MacBook Pro , the company says that a “limited number” of 128 GB and 256 GB non-Touch Bar models sold between June 2017 and June 2018 have an issue with their solid-state drives, which “may result in data loss and failure.” Apple will service for those models for free, and recommends getting them checked...
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  • I was really excited about my MacBook Pro purchase last year - but now, I regret it

    I was really excited about my MacBook Pro purchase last year - but now, I regret it

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    Apple's new MacBook Air seems to be the perfect laptop for me.
    The problem is that I spent thousands on a new Apple laptop last year.
    I'm annoyed because my MacBook Pro has several issues that the new MacBook Air fixed.
    When I received my MacBook Pro with Touch Bar in August of 2017, I was pumped.
    15 months later, I have mixed feelings about my major purchase - and many of them are caused by Apple's new MacBook Air with Retina display, which is the laptop I wish I had bought.
    I thought I had made the purchase correctly. I researched the specs, saved up, and waited until Apple refreshed its...
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  • Apple acknowledges iPhone X's touch issues and MacBook Pro 13's data loss

    Apple acknowledges iPhone X's touch issues and MacBook Pro 13's data loss

    9 days ago - By GSMArena

    There has been an ongoing touch issue with some of the iPhone X units as well as MacBook Pro 13 data loss problems and the company is now acknowledging them by launching a replacement program for both.
    If you are one of those users experiencing "ghost touches" or the panel not responding to touches on your iPhone X, then you are eligible for a free replacement. You just have to contact your local service center and let them resolve the issue by replacing the panel or even the whole unit.
    Along with the iPhone X replacement program, Apple is also running one for its MacBook Pro 13...
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