Date: 7 months ago   Category: Gadgets

Have legal proceedings with Apple because of dust under personal computer screens


On the company submitted the class action because of low-quality filters. Lawyers plan to make Apple responsible. Users of the equipment of Apple appealed to court because of dust under screens of personal computers. MacRumors reports about it. Low-quality MacBook and iMac filters lead to the fact that under screens dust gathers. It becomes the reason of formation of spots on the screen, delays of operation of the processor and other breakages. It is necessary to pay dearly for repair of equipment of Apple, especially if its warranty period expired. Users accuse the company of use of low-quality filters. Users of iMac and MacBook of release since 2013-2018 face such problem. According to lawyers, the company refuses to take the responsibility, but they will try to obtain it / On the eve of Apple reduced production of new iPhones. Lower demand in comparison with expectations of the company became the reason. Earlier the man bought iPhone XS for a trifle bathtub. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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