Listen up MacBook Pro and iPhone X users, Apple has launched two new repair programs in order help users with faulty devices. The repair program for MacBook covers the 13-inch non-Touch Bar model that have issues with the solid state drive, while the repair program for the iPhone X covers those who have faulty display module.
Apple says limited number of 13-inch non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro models with 128GB and 256GB storage capacities, which were sold between June 2017 and June 2018 are affected. According to the company on affected devices data loss and failure may occurs. Users who have affected devices can get them serviced by going to their nearest Apple Store or through Apple’s authorized dealer. If you think your device maybe affected, then you can go to Apple’s service page to see if your model is covered by this repair program.
A separate program for faulty iPhone X models has also been launched. This program covers devices that might be experiencing touch issues because of a failed component in the display module. On the affected devices part of the display might not respond to touch, may respond some of the times or register a touch input even when user is not touching it. Just like the MacBook Pro, users with affected iPhone X models can get their iPhones serviced through Apple Store or its authorized dealers. (Source)