Apple next with 1.8 million laptop battery recall



A bit over a week ago Dell had a massive recall announced for potentially hazardous laptop computer battery issues. (Flaming laptops.) Now, it’s Apple’s turn. It seems as though Sony is the common supplier for both issues. The BBC has an overview here. Here’s a link at Apple’s site giving more information on getting a replacement and identifying if your battery is affected.

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