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Suddenly burning when using MacBook Pro normally

Suddenly burning when using MacBook Pro normally

By  Amara Taylor 2019-05-31 115 0

On May 31, according to the 9to5Mac report, a MacBook Pro used by a user has exploded and is still not responding to this matter, but his official has been investigating the matter urgently. Today, the DJ named White Panda shared a MacBook Pro accident on Twitter. From the MacBook Pro in the video, not only did the fire explode, but also emitted a thick smoke, activated the smoke alarm in the user's home, and the scene was very messy.
                   

For the sudden, White Panda was very scared because the notebook was plugged in on his lap, but during the process, he suddenly noticed that both sides of the MacBook Pro started to smoke, and then it happened. The fire was very rapid.

Fortunately, after the MacBook Pro smoked, White Panda put the notebook on the ground, so he escaped the accident and was not injured. If this happened on the plane, the problem is probably more serious than it is now. Let's go.

White Panda also pointed out that this notebook has been used normally, no replacement battery, chargers and other accessories are also original Apple, so I wonder why it will catch fire.

To figure out the truth of the matter, an hour after the accident, White Panda took the burning MacBook Pro to the local Apple Store, and the clerk told him that he would contact within 24 hours. Later, when he contacted again, the clerk informed him that the MacBook Pro had been sent back to Apple's headquarters, and Apple would contact him within five days.

At present, Apple officials have not expressed their position on this matter. As for the final result, we have to wait for Apple's final report.

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