Apple will be launching a program for free repairing motherboards of faulty devices.
Apple is expected to launch a free repair program due to a motherboard failure in its ‘very small portion’ of MacBook Air devices, according to its definition. While Apple remains silent for the time being, documents provided to Apple Store employees through 9to5mac indicate that the devices have potential power problems.
Apple Store employees do not specifically mention the power issues in the documentation, but Apple is known to start a repair program and repair the devices for free. According to the document, the motherboard of the faulty models will be replaced.
Because the repair program was not officially announced, Apple revealed that it would reach them via email, even though no information was released about the faulty devices, such as the model number or the year of release. However, users have the option to go to the nearest Apple Store to have their MacBook Air checked.
Apple has reported that the 13-inch MacBook Air Retina has encountered this problem and will open a repair program for 2015 and later.