ZAMBOANGA CITY – Barely a year after iPhone X was released in the Philippine market, Apple has started recalling the smartphone units it sold following display touch issues.
Aside from iPhone X, Apple is also recalling MacBook Pro 13 with defective Solid-State Drives or SSD.
In an announcement posted Tuesday on the Facebook page of KCC Mall de Zamboanga, it said: “Power Mac Center Apple Authorized Service Provider has identified recent Apple recall programs for select MacBook Pro 13’ with defective Solid-State Drives (SSD) and iPhone X units with display touch issues.”
Power Mac Center said customers with eligible devices can have their MacBook Pro 13’ repaired and iPhone X replaced for free.
It was unknown how many units or iPhone X users in Zamboanga or the whole of Philippines who had complained of display touch issues.
But despite iPhone X’s new all-glass design and impressive specifications – 5.8 inches Super Retina OLED edge-to-edge display and a wireless charging/fast charging support – Apple has discontinued its production only in September.
While iPhone X stopped production, Apple introduced its newest iPhone Xs and Xs Max boasting of Super Retina in two sizes — including the largest display (6.5 inches on Xs Max) ever on an iPhone. And the smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone. And a breakthrough dual‑camera system with Depth Control, according to Apple. (Mindanao Examiner)
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