Apple enthusiasts have been disappointed to learn of a recall of certain Macbook Airs. The Verge reported on Oct. 18, 2013, "Apple recalls last year's MacBook Air due to faulty SSDs." Apple has has announced that it is recalling some models of last year's MacBook Air lineup.
If you have a Macbook Air with either a 64GB or 128GB SSD drive, it is possible your drive is faulty and needs to be replaced. Apple has pushed a firmware update from the Mac App Store which tests your present drive. Apple has recommended you back up your data and bring your machine to an Apple Store or an authorized retailer to have it replaced, if your computer is affected.
Slash Gear has reported, "Apple recalls MacBook Air over flash storage flaw." A recall for some MacBook Air notebooks has been issued by Apple with a warning for owners that the flash storage used in the ultraportables could fail and result in a loss of valuable data. Apple will replace potentially risky drives free of charge. Apple clearly remains a very reliable firm that stands behind its products. MandelMall.com sells Apple products from the worldwide leader in online sales, Amazon.