In case you missed it over the weekend, Apple is reportedly launching a program to repair video related issues with certain models of its 2013 Mac Pro line.
According to tech news website 9to5Mac, last week Apple sent authorized service providers a notice detailing the program and those eligible for repairs or replacements.
Affected Mac Pros were manufactured between Feb. 8, 2015 and April 11, 2015. The issues with the machine’s graphics cards “may cause distorted video, no video, system instability, freezing, restarts, shut downs, or may prevent system start up.”
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According to 9to5Mac, staff and authorized service providers have been instructed to fix affected Mac Pros that show signs of graphics issues at no charge to the customer. The graphics card will be swapped out and on average will take 3-5 days for the repairs.
While the program hasn’t been announced publicly, you can find more details including Apple’s internal notice to employees and service providers at 9to5Mac.com.