iMac: Apple replacing some hard drives


On its website, Apple announces free replacement of Seagate hard drives may present failures. If you have an iMac 21.5-inch or 27-inch sold between October 2009 and July 2011, your Seagate 1TB may be faulty.

This is announced by the Cupertino company on its website , adding that she was trying to contact "  iMac owners concerned have provided a valid email address  "and allows those who are not contacted verify their eligibility for the program. Note that the iMac owners who have paid for a repair or replacement due to this problem can also contact Apple for a refund.

In addition, Apple recommends a replacement "as soon as possible". This program is not new, it is in fact an extension since it was launched in 2011 but covered only the iMac sold between May 2011 and July 2011.

This is not the first time Apple faces a replacement program for large, we remember that the end of 2011  Apple had acknowledged a manufacturing defect on one of its products namely the iPod nano 1st generation.

Finally, note that the program is valid up to three years after the date of purchase of the iMac or until the deadline of 12 April 2013. In the meantime, it is obviously advisable to back up important data on a physical media or why not, if Felix Baumgartner as you like clouds, using a wide range of services from storage in the cloud !
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