Apple said on Thursday it would recover a limited number of MacBook Pro laptops: 15 inches due to a battery problem making them vulnerable to high temperature, which could lead to a "fire risk".
The company said in a statement: Faulty computer units (MacBook Pro) sold between September 2015 and February 2017, and can be identified through the serial number of the product.
Apple, which asked customers to stop using the MacBook Pro units affected by the problem, said the call did not affect other Macs or Macs.
This is not the first problem: Other companies have already asked customers to return the affected units from their computers or smartphones, as happened with Samsung in 2016, which canceled sales of Galaxy Note 7, less than two months later The launch, after the flames of the phones due to the explosion of the battery.
Separately, Apple also announced on Thursday that proposed US tariffs for Chinese products, including iPhones, iPads and Macs, will reduce the company's contribution to the US economy and will affect its global competitiveness.
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