Macintosh propelled a couple of fix projects to settle issues for some 13-inch, non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro and some iPhone Xs, as spotted by Bloomberg. Influenced MacBook Pro models have an issue with their strong state drive, while the iPhone X may have a flawed presentation module. 

On account of the MacBook Pro, the organization says that a "predetermined number" of 128 GB and 256 GB non-Touch Bar models sold between June 2017 and June 2018 have an issue with their strong state drives, which "may result in information misfortune and disappointment." Apple (or an approved merchant) will benefit for those models for nothing, and suggests getting them looked at sooner, instead of later. Proprietors can mind the administration page to decide whether their PC is qualified. The posting says that MacBook Pro models with the Touch Bar and more seasoned models aren't influenced. 

With regards to the iPhone X, Apple says that a few gadgets may "encounter contact issues" due to a fizzled segment in the presentation module — parts of the showcase probably won't react, might react just piece of the time, or may respond notwithstanding when you're not contacting it. In this case, Apple or an approved merchant will swap the presentation module for nothing, however noticed that on the off chance that you have another issue, similar to a broken screen, that should be settled first, and they may charge you for that. Apple likewise says that on the off chance that you officially paid to have the showcase module supplanted, you may have the capacity to get a discount.

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