My iPhone 12 mini Has Developed a Fault

Just when I was all-in, they pulled me back out.

A few weeks ago, I wrote about an experience I was having with my new M1 MacBook Air- that story was called “My M1 MacBook Air Has Developed a Fault”.

Long story short (too late), my brand new, state-of-the-art MacBook was warning me that my battery needed servicing. I had to send it back…




I am just clever enough to get into trouble…

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