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$10,000 later, an Apple Store Genius diagnoses a $0 MacBook Pro problem

9to5Mac Tuesday, 11 June 2019
What appeared to be a major MacBook Pro problem resulting in $10,000’s worth of warranty work finally turned out to be a ridiculously simple fix taking seconds and costing nothing at all …

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The 15-inch MacBook Pro was given an update in 2019, though you can’t tell from looking at it. What’s changed? A more powerful 9th-gen Core i9 processor option and a slightly tweaked keyboard.

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