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Battery replacement on a mid-2012 MacBookAir

Texto:

So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS version am I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering do not work with the El Capitan  OS. I'll have to take it to the Apple store in my area and have them replace it"

So I say" Really?  It's an Apple battery, with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan? Really? It's not a bad battery you sent me? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really?

So I'm sending back the battery at iFixit's cost, not getting a replacement, out $75 for the repair and have to go to the Apple store. Something doesn't smell right here. Does it?

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MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

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Editado por: mayer ,

Título:

Battery replacement on a mid-2012 MacBookAir

Texto:

So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS version am I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering do not work with the El Capitan OS. I'll have to take it to the Apple store in my area and have them replace it"
 
So I say" Really? It's an Apple battery, with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan? Really? It's not a bad battery you sent me? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really?
So I say" Really? It's an Apple battery, with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan? Really? It's not a bad battery you sent me? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really?
 
So I'm sending back the battery at iFixit's cost, not getting a replacement, out $75 for the repair and have to go to the Apple store. Something doesn't smell right here. Does it?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012
MacBook Air 13" Mid 2012

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Editado por: Bill Price ,

Título:

Battery replacement on a mid-2012 MacBookAir

Texto:

So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS versionalversion am I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering don'tdo not work with the El Capitan OS. I'll have to take it to the Apple store in my area and have them replace it"
So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS versionalversion am I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering don'tdo not work with the El Capitan OS. I'll have to take it to the Apple store in my area and have them replace it"
 
ReallySo I say" Really? It's an Apple battery (withbattery, with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan? Really? It's not a bad batterybattery you sent me? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really? So

So
I'm sending back the battery at iFixit's cost, not getting a replacement, out $75 for the repair and have to go to the Apple store. Something doesn't smell right here. Does it?
ReallySo I say" Really? It's an Apple battery (withbattery, with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan? Really? It's not a bad batterybattery you sent me? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really? So

So
I'm sending back the battery at iFixit's cost, not getting a replacement, out $75 for the repair and have to go to the Apple store. Something doesn't smell right here. Does it?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13"

Status:

open

Editado por: Bill Price ,

Título:

Battery replacement on a mid-2012 MacBookAir

Texto:

So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS versional I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering don't work with the El Capitan OS".OS. I'll have to take it to the Apple store in my area and have them replace it"

Really? It's an Apple battery (with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan?
Really? It's not a bad battery? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really? So I'm sending back the battery at iFixit's cost, not getting a replacement, out $75 for the repair and have to go to the Apple store. Something doesn't smell right here. Does it?
So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS versional I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering don't work with the El Capitan OS".OS. I'll have to take it to the Apple store in my area and have them replace it"

Really? It's an Apple battery (with the name Apple blacked out, and it doesn't work with El Capitan?
Really? It's not a bad battery? Just doesn't work with El Capitan, he says. Really? So I'm sending back the battery at iFixit's cost, not getting a replacement, out $75 for the repair and have to go to the Apple store. Something doesn't smell right here. Does it?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13"

Status:

open

Postagem original de: Bill Price ,

Título:

Battery replacement on a mid-2012 MacBookAir

Texto:

So I pay an authorized Apple repair man to replace my battery from iFixit for a mid-2012 MacBookAir. We install it, power up the laptop and the first thing the laptop says is we have a bad battery. To confirm, every time we pull the power plug, the laptop immediately shuts down. Check the system report overview and it too says to replace the battery (remember, this is a new battery). I call iFixit and speak to a nice gentlemen who asks me what OS versional I running? El Capitan. "oh, we have found the replacement battery's we offering don't work with the El Capitan  OS". Really?

dispositivo:

MacBook Air 13"

Status:

open