Apple has a reputation to maintain. That is why it is recalling its MacBook Air sold between June 2012 through June 2013. This is due to a flash storage error in these gadgets.
Apple has issued a warning to owners of its MacBook Air which was purchased between June 2012 and June 2013. There appears to be a fundamental flaw in its flash storage which could prove hazardous as far as data entry is concerned.
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Termed the MacBook Air Flash Storage Drive Replacement Program, the plan is to substitute fit drives in place of the risky ones in 64GB and 128GB versions. The actual nature of the glitch remains somewhat of a mystery. And the exact number of devices to be fixed is an enigma too. A software tester has been created by the engineers at Apple to see if your gadget needs the proper operation.
Those whose devices are affected by this malfunctioning hardware are to visit Apple’s App Stores. The crucial need of the time is that no further data be downloaded on the devices as this could cause problems. Backup for data is a necessity too. For this Time Machine, Dropbox, Google Drive and Apple iCloud are a few options.
The resolution of issues is a thing in which Apple excels. And it furthermore provides seamless technology that is both stylish to look at and comfortable to manipulate. The good will of Apple is seen in its declaration that all this will be free of cost. That is in keeping with the spirit of its top notch customer service.