Back in March, Apple began adding the late-2016 MacBook Pro to its lineup of refurbished units up for sale on its online store.
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When Apple adopted USB Type-C ports for its 12-inch MacBook, and dropped the MagSafe feature from the ultraportable, the expectation was that other MacBooks would see the same results eventually.
Earlier this month, Apple officially began selling the refurbished 13-inch late-2016 MacBook Pro without Touch Bar in its online store.
Macs are usually reliable when it comes to a consistent level of performance. But there are exceptions to everything. If your Mac is old or filled with junk, there will be consequences. If you’ve been feeling that your Mac is getting slower – do the following things and all that frustration might just stop.
Owners of a retina MacBook Pro or 12-inch MacBook may be frustrated to see that over time, display issues could accumulate. A number of people have reported that the anti-reflective coating on these MacBook models starts to chip away or peel off entirely, affecting display quality.
Apple has started sales of the refurbished 2016 MacBook Pro through its official store, alarming quite a few recent buyers. As of now, only a handful of top-tier models and one or two low-end models are available for purchase, so Apple doesn’t have all the configurations available at the moment.
Every MacBook that Apple sells comes with an SSD. While SSDs are crazy fast, they don’t offer that much storage space. If you’ve been using a Mac for a while, chances are you’re still rocking that 128 GB drive. And that’s just not enough.
Apple has Reportedly Extended its Anti-Reflective Coating Repair Program for Retina MacBook, MacBook Pro
Back in October of 2015, Apple quietly rolled out a repair program for owners of a 12-inch MacBook, or a MacBook Pro with Retina display, that suffered from their anti-reflecting coating shaving off the display.
Apple introduced its butterfly mechanism for its keyboards with the 12-inch MacBook, and has since brought the feature over to the MacBook Pro lineup. Unfortunately for some, it has led to issues.