Now, Apple Mac Pro users have a new reason to smile as they will be able to enjoy free repairs if they find that their units are suffering from video issues. Thanks to Apple for rendering the Repair Extension Program which applies to various Mac Pro models that came into the market between Feb. 8, 2015 and April 11, 2015. This repair program is specially made for the users who are experiencing the following issues:
· Distorted video and no videos
· Video instability and freezing.
· Restarts and shutdowns.
· Stuttered system start ups have faulty graphics cards.
The only thing that Apple Mac Pro users have to do is to go to the Apple Store and set up an appointment with the Genius Bar. They can also get their Mac Pros diagnosed at an Apple Authorized Service Provider. It will also help them know if their Mac Pro machines are affected by the video card acting up. Apple® Mac Help Support Phone Number
According to website MacRumors, the technology giant Apple has already sold about 11 million Macs. But, the Apple has no idea what number of those 11 million Macs sold are Mac Pros. When this issue was discussed on the Apple Support Communities page, it was found that a few thousand customers could be affected. With about 4,000 views and 50 replies, users discuss hardware or software problems with their Macs. They also shared views on replacing their machines and on experiences with Apple Support. http://mac-technical-support.com
With Apple’s acknowledgment with the problem and free repairs offer, many forums have become silent. One user who took Apple tech support says that the tech support replaces the graphics card and Apple technicians have a better idea of how to deal with the situation. Apple customer tech support services
It is reported that tech giant Apple has already offered a parallel repair program for the MacBook Pros manufactured between 2011 and 2013 because MacBook Pros also suffered from video issues. As the new repair program sticks on video quality and graphic card issues, older version of MacBook Pros were plagued with severe issues of distorted video, no video, or unexpected system restarts. Moreover, Apple has already recalled faulty AC wall plug adapters that caused lots of issues with the Mac machines.