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Will replace for up to four years post-purchase.
Warns of safety risk.
Sold between 2003 and 2010.
Slightly less closed-loop than intended.
Only a small number of systems affected.
Loose screw to blame.
Which, in most cases, means recalling the laptops.
Only aftermarket accessories affected.
No more exploding handsets, hopefully.
Will recycle others.
Offers a full refund to those affected.
More than 100,000 affected.
External labs agree.
35 cases reported so far.
Sold between 2013 and 2015.
No fire risk, thankfully.
Only if you ask 'em, though.
No fix yet available.
Overheating problems reported.
Promises to make things right.
All units to be considered unsafe.
Bad time to poke fun at Apple.
Claims a 'small percentage' affected.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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