It seems that the problems caused by inappropriate batteries are not limited to Apple Watch. The US company has announced that it will replace the battery of MacBook Pro models whose battery has already swollen or are at risk of swelling. These models were produced between October 2016 and October 2017, and the replacement operation is completely free of charge.
Some models of MacBook Pro with a 13 "screen and no Touch Bar produced during the aforementioned period now benefit from free battery repair whether it presents problems or not. Probably, as a result of several complaints from users who have come up with computers with swollen batteries, Apple identified the inappropriate components they are committed to replace.
Those who have already paid for a repair outside the warranty will be able to ask for the money back for this operation. Unfortunately, this program does not extend the warranty, not even for the replaced component. As with any other Apple product, the company will charge non-warranty repairs for other non-compliant components and prevent battery replacement (in this case the only problem that would be the bent, non-disassemble case)
If you have a MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar, you can check if it is included in this program on the company's official website, just entering the serial number. Repairs can be carried out by any authorized service