Apple launched a couple of repair programs to fix issues for some 13-inch, non-touchable MacBook Pro and some iPhone Xs, as seen by Bloomberg. Affected MacBook Pro models have a problem with their solid state drive, while iPhone X may have a defective display module.
Regarding the MacBook Pro, the company says that a "limited number" of 128GB and 256GB of non-Touch Bar models sold between June 2017 and June 2018 has a problem with their solid state drive, which "may result in loss of data and errors. "Apple (or an authorized reseller) will service these models for free and recommend getting them checked out sooner than later. Owners can check on the service page to determine if their computer is qualified. The listing says that MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar and older models are not affected.
When it comes to iPhone X, Apple says that some devices may "experience touch issues" due to an incorrect component of the display module – some of the screen may not respond, it may only respond for some of the time or may respond even when you does not touch it. In this case, Apple or an authorized reseller will replace the display module for free, but note that if you have another problem, like a cracked screen, it must be resolved and may charge you for it. Apple also says that if you have already paid to have the screen module replaced, you may be able to refund.