Monday, September 11, 2006

The Single Sentence Recall From Apple

Apple posted a "single sentence silent recall" on Friday for MacBooks experiencing intermittent shutdowns. This is the first time I've seen this "vagueness" from Apple.

From the Apple page:

MacBook: Shuts down intermittently

If your MacBook is shutting down intermittently, please contact AppleCare for service.


Also, a final piece of the transition of this site from Jackwhispers to FixYourThinking was completed over the weekend by the site now reading in the title as Fix Your Thinking.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

uhhh Apple didn't post a recall as they are not recalling anything. They posted directions to contact them if you have the issue. What is more confusing is your use of quotes. The way the sentence is written it implies the words "single sentence silent recall" are Apple's and not yours. Looking that the linked article one quickly shows that these words are not Apple's at all. Anyone, such as myself, who has a MacBook will quickly find out that Apple is doing a repair and it is only doing so if you have the issue.

fixyourthinking said...

That's what a silent recall is ... not really making a public announcement. Quit trolling.