Apple has launched a new, worldwide, repair program for customers who bought a newer MacBook sold from October of 2009, to April of 2011. The issue at hand, is that the adhesive used to secure the rubber finish to the machine would begin to separate and peel away as time moved forward. Apple is offering […]
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Apple Launches MacBook Bottom Case Replacement Program

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Apple has launched a new, worldwide, repair program for customers who bought a newer MacBook sold from October of 2009, to April of 2011. The issue at hand, is that the adhesive used to secure the rubber finish to the machine would begin to separate and peel away as time moved forward.

Apple is offering several options to remedy the situation. For one, a user can take their affected machine to an Apple retail store, or authorized reseller and have them fix it for you. Or, you can have Apple send you a do-it-yourself replacement kit, which contains a replacement bottom, screws a screwdriver and instructions for fixing the problem.

Currently Apple notes that they will provide coverage two years from the date of purchase for this problem, but they are evaluating the situation and may extend the coverage as necessary.

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