A user named Steven Gagne reported the status of his 2015 Pro MacBook 15 "suddenly exploded and caught fire while he was sleeping. When he heard the scent he immediately processed and quenched, of course The result of the MacBook was badly damaged, burned black on the underside.
Steven said that he didn't use the MacBook that day, nor did he plug in the charger and was in Sleep Mode. Fortunately, the case of fire does not affect home fire or loss of related appliances. Steven's case happened on June 17, three days before Apple announced the official revocation of the MacBook Pro 15's battery warranty (too much).
You are using the 2015 MacBook Pro 15 device (sold around September 2015 to February 2017) … Remember to give warranty to replace the battery for free, Apple stressed that this is a collection. Unlimited battery recovery, if you have a machine, you can replace the battery to avoid risk.
- You should check the serial number to see if it is under warranty, at: HERE
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