Macbook Pro SSD bug causes data corruption, Apple releases fix

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Apple has released an update that should fix a bug of the SSD drive in some MacBook Pro models. According to the manufacturer the bug could cause data corruption on some occasions.

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#2

Hey! My macbook pro 15" (mid 2015) was affected by this ssd problem.
Fist it was only 9 dead sectors on SSD (and i reinstall MacOS because os wan’t boot at all - maybe system area was corrupted), than it changed 95 dead sectors and after that i installed this “magic” ssd firmwire fix from Apple… so aftter 1 hour i got the 96th bad sector.
My SSD power on hours: 87 hours…

It looks like Apple uses their customers as hardware testers :frowning:

Is this a warranty case ?


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[QUOTE=n0p;2757349]Hey! My macbook pro 15" (mid 2015) was affected by this ssd problem.
Fist it was only 9 dead sectors on SSD (and i reinstall MacOS because os wan’t boot at all - maybe system area was corrupted), than it changed 95 dead sectors and after that i installed this “magic” ssd firmwire fix from Apple… so aftter 1 hour i got the 96th bad sector.
My SSD power on hours: 87 hours…

It looks like Apple uses their customers as hardware testers :frowning:

Is this a warranty case ?[/QUOTE]

Well it should be you need to contact your SSD warranty and Apple support and tell Apple they have a bill to pay up for.