The first MacBook Pro had an explosion problem, after Apple implemented a recall program - Photo 1.

The first MacBook Pro encountered an explosion problem, after Apple implemented a recall program


Last month, Apple announced a limited revocation of old MacBook Pro. At that time, Apple explained that some 15-inch MacBook Pro models might experience battery overheating errors and cause a malfunction.

And today, the first 15-inch MacBook Pro actually encountered this problem. Steven Gagne shared a picture of his MacBook Pro on Facebook, saying it exploded and caught fire.

“That night when we were in bed, the MacBook Pro suddenly exploded and a small fire spread to our house. I jumped up immediately to see what happened. I often put my MacBook in a chair or in a basket with a notebook, magazine. Fortunately, I left it on the coffee table that day. ”

The most surprising thing is that Steven Gagne said that the MacBook Pro was not used at the time, it wasn't even plugged in.

The first MacBook Pro had an explosion problem, after Apple implemented a recall program - Photo 2.
The first MacBook Pro had an explosion problem, after Apple implemented a recall program - Photo 3.

Apple said the recall of 15-inch MacBook Pro was voluntary, and the affected models were sold between September 2015 and February 2017. You can also check out the MacBook Pro. If I am on this list or not, by filling in the serial number of the device here. If your MacBook is on the list, Apple will perform a free battery replacement.

The first MacBook Pro had an explosion problem, after Apple implemented a recall program - Photo 4.

Clearly, Apple was quick to announce a possible recovery and risk program, so Gagne's MacBook Pro detonated and caught fire and didn't make many users nervous and panicked. If Apple is slow to issue a warning, the problem with this MacBook Pro could spark a new scandal like the old Galaxy Note7.

Reference: 9to5mac


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