Apple is offering a voluntary recall and repair programme after reports that MacBook cases are falling apart.
It seems that the rubber surface on the bottom of the case, which helps to prevent the MacBook slipping on smooth surfaces, has developed a reputation for not wanting to stay put.
The rubber feet have reportedly been separating from the rest of the casing in some models, and Apple has set up a MacBook recall site to help customers fix any troublesome cases.
If you're the DIY type, Apple is offering a self-service kit. If you have a Phillips-head screwdriver, Apple will send you a new case bottom which you can install yourself to remedy the problem.
If you're not the type that fancies digging around in your computer, there's the service option. The company is offering repairs through the Apple Store Genius Bar or third-party authorised service providers.
MacBook models manufactured between October 2009 and April 2011 are covered under the repair plan.
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