Apple Inc. is recalling 64 and 128 gigabyte flash storage drives used in Macbook Airs on concerns that the drives could induce laptop failures, Shanghai Daily reported Monday, citing a company statement. Affected users were advised to back up personal data and files before getting the drive replaced at Apple Stores or authorized sites on the mainland, the report said. Apple said the drives were used in Macbook Airs sold between June 2012 through June 2013. The company warned owners of these laptops not to download any new operating systems, it said.
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