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Thursday, 26 November 2009 12:14

New iMacs plagued by screen issues

Written by Fudzilla staff

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Flickering, blackouts

Users
are reporting quite a few issues with Apple's recently introduced 27-inch iMacs. Apparently the 27-inch panels are quite prone to flickering or just going dead for no reason whatsoever.

Hundreds of punters have reported the issue on Apple's forums, and expected, Apple hasn't done anything to address the issue just yet. Some users report that their brand news Core i7 iMacswere dead on arrival, or that they were shipped with cracked screens.

Several YouTube videos starring faulty iMacs have also appeared and Apple seems to be replacing faulty units at no cost. Mind you, we're talking about rather pricey machines, so we understand users have not been too kind in their comments.

You can find the forum thread here.

Also read:

Many Core i7 Macs dead on arrival
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