Apple is facing a new class action lawsuit claiming that it sells select iMac and MacBook models without needed dust filters. In turret, dette forårsaker problemer som display imprecations, slowing performance, og mer, det er påstået. The class action suit comes from a notable foe of Apple's …
The iMac and MacBook lawsuit is being brought forward by law firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, which is a class action litigation firm that has gone after Apple before. Most notably, the firm won the infamous $ 450 million ebook pricing case against Apple. Since then, Hagens Berman has levied other suits at Apple, including one regarding the performance throttling of iPhones.
Hagens Berman's latest lawsuit alleges that MacBook and iMac models have been sold since 2013 lacking dust filters. Essentially, mens de maskiner indtager luft til kule komponenter, betyder det at stoffet blir fanget inni.
iMac and MacBook owners have reported dark smudges and spots on the interior of their desktop computers as well as excessive slowness and break downs of hun computers gerelateerd aan het gebrek aan filter op Apple computers. The computer intakes air to cool its components, but with no filter, dust gets caught inside.
Further, Hagens Berman says, "Apple refuses to remedy the defect, "I stedet for at få de berørte kunder til at betale" mere end $ 500 for at reparere denne skærmfejl, og endnu mere hvis de ønsker at erstatte dele integral med computerens hastighed og ydeevne. "
The class action suit hopes to see Apple reimburse affected users for
We believe Apple owes it to the purchasers of these premium, high-end computers to pay for the widespread defect, and we seek to represent iMac owners to recover their losses in costs to repair this defect.
Hagens Berman is representing plaintiffs Kim Ahern, Nikolas Frenzel, and Justin Evans, and the company is actively recruiting add itional affected apple users. You can read more and join the class action suit here on the Hagens Berman website. The case is being handled through the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in San Jose.
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