A Complete List of Apple’s Recalls (Updated 5-14-12)

I’ve compiled a list of all the known Apple recalls (aka Exchange & Repair Programs). It includes current and expired recalls (so people will know if there is a known problem with their system even if Apple won’t cover it anymore), how to identify problem models, and links directly to Apple’s site for each specific recall.

This information should be helpful for Mac techs (like myself) and fix-it-yourself users, plus anyone else hoping to troubleshoot their broken Mac.

396B5C9B-7A1A-46A5-B329-5A9CD7576F65.jpg See the complete list of Apple Recalls

* Please notify me of any errors or missing recalls.

New Apple Recalls: 1tb iMac (2011) Seagate Hard Drives & MacBook Bottom Case

Another new recall added to my recall list: 1TB Seagate Hard Drives in some 2011 iMacs. See the details here on Apple’s site (and enter your serial number to see if you have a bad drive): http://www.apple.com/support/imac-harddrive/.

Also, this one got by me somehow, some MacBooks shipping between Oct 09 and April 11 are being recalled because the bottom case gets separated from the computer. See the Apple link here: http://www.apple.com/support/macbook-bottomcase/.

Proper Method of Wrapping Apple AC Power Adapter Cables

All Macbook, Macbook Pro, Macbook Air, Powerbook, and iBook users should be aware of Apple’s cable wrapping “trick.”

This may be common knowledge for 90% of all Mac users, but the other 10% will be shocked at the brilliant design by Apple that they never noticed:

Torrents: A Complete Mac Tutorial (featuring Transmission)


Want to download free music albums, DVDs, and computer software on your Mac? Already using something like Limewire with ads/nags, slow download speeds, and lots of fake files? Torrents are the solution you’ve been waiting for!



The problem is many people are quickly confused when confronting torrents. Follow this guide to learn everything you need in order to make your Mac torrent experience as easy and automated as possible.
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