The latest MacBook Air laptops with the M1 and the 13-inch MacBook Pro have been well received by critics and consumers, but some devices don't seem to be without problems. A law firm is investigating the claims of several homeowners who reported unexplained complaints on their ledger pages, suggesting that a stylish outfit could be imported soon.
Washington-based Migliaccio & Rathod LLP, which researched the Surface Pro 4's screen flickering three years ago, is seeking action from M1 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air owners in which case it's happening again. To fill out the questionnaire after the Windows manufacturer announced a software replacement, lawyers did not come to terms with their line against Microsoft. Redditor says the LCD screen on the M1 MacBook 13-inch inexplicably cracked just one week after it was bought.
Cracked page? This is a feature, not a bug
“Many users claim to have unlocked their device without any undue pressure,” says the law firm, often finding noticeable cracks in the retina accompanied by black bars on the screen, reports Others claim that cracks are made simply by adjusting the viewing angle of the screen. “
“None of these.” In some cases, a rational consumer would not expect such activity to harm them. The device, let alone the screen, malfunctions. Unfortunately, Apple customer service has not responded to these grievances.”< /p>
The company says users have no choice but to spend more than $600. On-screen repairs without any guarantee that such damage will not occur in the future.
Of course, Apple is no stranger to class litigation. One of the biggest items on it was the iPhone case, which took in $500 million. There are also mass actions on defective Apple Watch screens, the App Store, and many other issues with butterfly keyboards. But with a market capitalization of $2.55 trillion, the world's largest company isn't worried about that.
Apple sues MacBook M1 over potential lawsuit