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Is there any way to slow down USB C wear?

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On nearly every MacBook Pro 2016 and onwards I see that at first the ports have a very nice tactile click when you plug something into them, they are tight and don’t feel loose.

However after a few months there is no tactile click and the port feels lose so much so connections can become intermittent I see this a lot when repairing them Especially 12 inch MacBooks (there is only one port to wear down). i’m just wondering if there is a way this can be prevented other than not plugging anything In.

I understand ports wear down over time but my 2018 MacBook Pro is already suffering this on the port I use to charge top right hand side.

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MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar 2018

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Bewerkt door: lewis Barker ,

Titel:

Is there any way to slow down USB C wear?

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-On nearly every MacBook Pro 2016 and onwards I see that, at first the ports have a very nice tactile click when you plug something into them, they are tight and don’t feel lose.
+On nearly every MacBook Pro 2016 and onwards I see that at first the ports have a very nice tactile click when you plug something into them, they are tight and don’t feel loose.
However after a few months there is no tactile click and the port feels lose so much so connections can become intermittent I see this a lot when repairing them Especially 12 inch MacBooks (there is only one port to wear down). i’m just wondering if there is a way this can be prevented other than not plugging anything In.
I understand ports wear down over time but my 2018 MacBook Pro is already suffering this on the port I use to charge top right hand side.

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar 2018

Status:

open

Origineel bericht door: lewis Barker ,

Titel:

Is there any way to slow down USB C wear?

Tekst:

On nearly every MacBook Pro 2016 and onwards I see that, at first the ports have a very nice tactile click when you plug something into them, they are tight and don’t feel lose.

However after a few months there is no tactile click and the port feels lose so much so connections can become intermittent I see this a lot when repairing them Especially 12 inch MacBooks (there is only one port to wear down). i’m just wondering if there is a way this can be prevented other than not plugging anything In.

I understand ports wear down over time but my 2018 MacBook Pro is already suffering this on the port I use to charge top right hand side.

Apparaat:

MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar 2018

Status:

open