If Your MacBook Pro 2018 Develops Any Kind of Fault Not Caused By You, You’re Entitled to Receive a Brand New Replacement
If you haven’t noticed, Apple recently launched the new 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models armed with Intel’s 8th generation processors, giving them a huge performance boost when compared to the 7th generation models. While you can check out the pricing of these models by clicking the link below, you will obviously be paying a premium for Apple’s accurately machined notebooks. However, if a fault develops on these notebooks and if your machine is under warranty, then there is a very high probability that you will receive a new replacement and here’s why.
MacBook Pro 2018 Lineup’s Service Parts Will Not Be Available Until September
According to a new document that was spotted by 9to5Mac, most parts belonging to the new MacBook Pro are not going to be arriving until the month of September. While minor repairs can be carried out by experts, the important parts are not going to be arriving for a long time.
If your MacBook Pro 2018 unit requires a significant amount of repair work done, the Apple Store staff have been told to follow procedures in which they will give the customer a replacement unit. It is not confirmed if the new unit will be given to you right there and then, but it certainly looks like the dexterous staff is going to be carrying out a wide range of tests and diagnostics before they come to the conclusion that the customer is owed a replacement unit.
Keep in mind that the components of the MacBook Pro 2018 are soldered to the logic board, so it will require a large amount of effort to get the product up and running again. For now, enjoy your replacement unit, if your brand new one comes up with a major problem.
You might also like to check out the following:
- MacBook Pro 2018 Lineup Have the Fastest SSDs Ever - Results Pointed Out in Latest Benchmark
- MacBook Pro 2018 13 & 15-Inch Specs, Pricing Comparison - Here’s the Hardware You Get for the Money
News Source: 9to5Mac
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