That’s according to a report at Apple Insider, which reveals that many of Apple’s employees are still not trained to deal with Mac Pro problems more than three months after its initial release. One employee it came into contact didn’t even know how to power it – attempting to power the machine by shoving a USB-C charger into one of its Thunderbolt ports.
This lack of knowledge became evident after Apple Insider contacted the company about an issue affecting its Mac Pro.
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