More battery problems... This time at Apple

More battery problems... This time at Apple

It looks like Dell isn't the only laptop manufacturer with battery problems these days. Some MacBook Pro users reported batteries that stopped powering machines after using just 10 percent of their capacity. In response Apple started a silent recall program that required you to wrangle with AppleCare if you wanted a new battery. Well, as of today, it's silent no longer. If you have a 15-inch MacBook Pro battery with a model number of A1175 and a serial number that ends with U7SA, U7SB, or U7SC, head over to Apple's recall page.

The battery recall is hot on the heels of Apple's official recognition of the MacBook discoloration and the MacBook Pro whine. Apple is finally taking care of all the Intel early adopters...
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