At the end of May 2019, Apple announced a screen illumination repair program for the 2016 13-inch MacBook Pro. Initially, it was to apply until May 21, 2021. It was also available for use up to four years from the date of the first purchase of the device.
Quite unexpectedly, Apple decided to extend the validity of this program. As a result, holders of eligible MacBooks can use it until May 21, 2022 (three years after its introduction). The period counted from the date of the first purchase of the equipment was automatically extended by one year (currently it will last five years).
It is worth recalling that the problem was related to the flexible tape that was used to connect the screen to the motherboard. After the lapse of time, it was prone to rubbing and cracking. Apple solved this problem by mounting a tape 2mm longer.
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