Apple Sued for Not Using Dust Filters on MacBooks, Charging for Repairs
If you’re using a MacBook or an iMac built between 2013 and 2018, there’s a good chance that your device comes with a manufacturing defect that may eventually cause hardware issues like black spots on the display, significant performance issues, and overheating.
This is according to Hagens Berman, a law firm that’s now planning to go after Apple with a class action lawsuit because Cupertino doesn’t use any dust filter on its devices.
The lack of such a component leads to issues like those mentioned above, and Hagens Berman explains that not only that Apple refuses to correct the problem, but it also charges a premium for repairs on devices that are experiencing problems caused by the dust trapped inside.
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