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[ALERT] iMac & MacBook Users Have 12 Days To Fix Kernel Bug For Free

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Owners of the iMac and MacBook have just 12 days in which to fix a bug with the kernel for free according to Apple Support.

On the support page for Apple it is said that they have found that a small percentage of MacBook Pros may show video that is distorted, no video or find that their system restarts. It is said that the iMac and MacBook models are both affected.

The 15 and 17 inch MacBook Pro models that were made in 2011 are said to be affected along with the 15 inch MacBook Pro with Retina which was made between the middle of 2012 and into early 2013.

Apple said that the iMac and MacBooks that are affected may show video that is scrambled or distorted along with the device restarting unexpectedly or not showing any video despite the unit being switched on.

Apple said that the repairs to the affected iMac and MacBooks should take about 5 to 7 days and the machine will be returned my mail. The fix for the kernel bug on the devices is going to run until 27 February 2016 so you don’t have long to take advantage and get your affected device fixed.

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