November 30, 2021

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Apple Has Another Lawsuit To Deal With, This Time Over Fragile M1 MacBook Displays


Apple’s M1 MacBooks have been a revelation since they’ve been out from a performance and battery life standpoint but a sizeable number of owners have reported that under normal use, display cracks started appearing on the said models.

However, Apple being Apple, of course, was not convinced and said that the cracks appeared due to accidental damage, and the technology giant may be taken to court for not facilitating customers. Well, the inevitable has now happened. As per a report by MacRumors, Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit that covers a variety of different complaints — but they all stem from potential display issues.

The lawsuit was filed this week in the Northern District of California, and alleges that Apple has sustained a false and/or deceptive marketing efforts with the M1 MacBook Air and M1 MacBook Pro. In addition to that, the lawsuit alleges Apple has undertaken fraudulent business practices, misconduct regarding customer support, and has ultimately violated consumer law.

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Just over a week ago, class action law firm Migliaccio & Rathod LLP had said that it had begun looking for owners of Apple’s latest MacBooks with cracked LCDs to make “potential legal claims against” the Cupertino giant. Apparently, lawyers from Bursor & Fisher were quicker, so they filed the case this week.

The suit seeks a declaration from Apple that its screens are defective, and a court order holding Apple financially responsible for notifying all Class Members about the defect.

The lawsuit also wants Apple to stop “further deceptive distribution and sales practices with respect to the Class Laptops, and to permanently repair the Class Laptops so that they no longer possess the Screen Defect.” It also seeks financial compensation and legal expenses.

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