“Apple Computer has acknowledged that a problem exists with some of its Intel MacBooks where the notebook computers may intermittently shut down, but has vowed to fix those systems free of charge,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.
“‘Some MacBooks may shut down intermittently under normal use,’ the Mac maker wrote in a memo to some of its service providers this week. ‘If this issue occurs on your customer’s MacBook and the computer meets certain requirements, Apple will cover replacement of the affected parts under warranty,'” Marsal reports.
Marsal reports, “In its memo to service providers, Apple mandates that affected MacBooks be repaired with a matching logic board and heatsink set. This new logic board and heatsink combo part should be available to service providers by the end of this week, the company said.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Rainy Day” for the heads up.]