Apple has launched a USB-C charge cable replacement program that will see the company providing replacements for the cables that were included with MacBook computers through June 2015.
The iPhone maker says the cables in question have a design issue that may cause them to fail. "As a result, your MacBook may not charge or only charge intermittently when it’s connected to a power adapter with an affected cable," the Cupertino-based company explained.
The replacement program also covers Apple USB-C charge cables that were sold as a standalone accessory. Eligible customers will get a new, redesigned USB-C charge cable (see image above) for free. For more details on the program, head to the Source link below.
Stop selling USB and innovate wireless connection and wireless charging as one interactive module. USB ports will stop working after a few years and the replacement not always easy to find/replaced. Using USB as charging port is rather stupid ide...
The iPhone 6 had a lot of problems like bending, yellow screen issues, camera giving purple haze in pictures and so on.
Good that they are replacing the cables voluntarily. However, cables are one area Apple have to improve drastically.