Apple has identified that a "small number" of new MacBooks Air (model 2018, released last October) may have a faulty logic board and make free exchanges for all affected consumers.
The affected lot really should be quite small, since in this case Apple didn't even announce a replacement program (or recall) official she simply issued a statement to Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Centers (CSAAs) to which the MacRumors got access.
The document unfortunately does not report symptoms for identifying the problem, but Apple said it would send emails to consumers who have purchased units from the affected batch. Anyone can also contact a service center for verification of their unit by serial number.
As usual, Apple will service machines for up to four years from the original date of purchase.
Price: Starting at R $ 9,359.10Installment Price: in at 12x of R $ 866.58Release: 2018