Related link: http://www.apple.com/support/ibook/faq/
Update: I’ve an email into one of the PR people at Apple for hardware, and when I called Apple Canada this morning they had just learned about the program 10 minutes before I called. I’ll hang loose until Apple responds to my enquiry.
Apple has announced that it will be looking after those faulty logic boards afterall. Yeah. More importantly, for me anyway, is that they’ve acknowledged what we’ve all known.
I’ve had seven of these boards (If you haven’t heard you’d be the only one). What makes them short out? I’ll call and try to find out & update ya later.
“What is the iBook Logic Board Repair Extension Program?
The iBook Logic Board Repair Extension Program is a worldwide program covering repair or replacement of the logic board in specific iBook models manufactured between May 2002 and April 2003 that are experiencing specific component failures.
Does this make you happy?