Apple Service Center in Charniroad
What to do if your Mac needs to be repaired
If your Mac is eligible for repair, you'll now need to back up your Mac laptop and then bring it to an Apple Service Center An Apple technician will then run a diagnostic test to verify eligibility, and let you know how long it'll take to repair.
Note, however, that if there is other damage to your MacBook Pro that "prevents the repair" such as a cracked screen, they'll charge you for the replacement of that. Aside from that, though, the repair program is completely free (and so it should be!).
You'll be notified when your MacBook Pro has been fixed and is ready to be collected, and fingers crossed the issue will have been resolved.
MacBook Pro & Macbook Air Graphics Failures
Reports of failing MacBook Pros have been flooding in since 2013, with many owners of 2011 models with AMD graphics suffering from system crashes and hardware problems that have been described as "critical". After a long wait, Apple finally announced a repair programme, and we've got all the details here. For coverage of similar programmes covering MacBooks and other Apple products, read our guide On 19 February 2015 Apple announced a repair program for some MacBook Pro models suffering from the graphics issues described below.
It was not officially a replacement program, but instead is titled "MacBook Pro Repair Extension Program for Video Issues." On its support page, Apple revealed it has determined "that a small percentage of MacBook Pro systems may exhibit distorted video, no video or unexpected system restarts".
The specific symptoms described by Apple include distorted or scrambled video on the computer screen, no video on the computer screen (or external display) even though the computer is on, and the computer restarts unexpectedly