“Since Apple unveiled its first Retina MacBook Pro with the 15.4-inch model in June, there has been a growing number of complaints from customers experiencing issues with the product,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.
“By far the most reported problem is one that causes a burn-in, or ghosting issue on the device’s display that has resulted in a support thread boasting over 364,769 views,” Kahn reports. “Apple uses two display suppliers for the device, LG and Samsung, and it wasn’t until months later that many started speculating the source of the flaw was with LG (as highlighted in the video above).”
Kahn reports, “Today, one MacBook Pro user named Beau Hodges has decided to launch a class-action lawsuit against Apple in a federal court in California alleging MacBook Pro customers have no way of telling which MacBooks have an LG display at the time of purchase.”
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