Californian products, although very expensive, are often seriously flawed, as is the case with the wrong antenna design of one of the iPhone, causing the disconnection of calls. Apple also has some other flaws, and one of the more serious is the 2011 MacBook Pro.
In 2011, the company launched the defective MacBook Pro series, equipped with poorly functioning AMD graphics chips. Users of this equipment experienced regular system overhangs and errors in the displayed graphics.
In spite of the petitions sent by the injured consumers as well as the collective lawsuit brought by the company in 2014, in which the victims demanded a reimbursement for equipment repairs, the Californian company has so far pretended that the problem does not exist.
Now, however, he changed his job and announced a new remediation program to tackle the problem of defective hardware. The company ensures that anyone who reports to it can count on a completely free repair of their laptop, even if the warranty has expired. This action is for MacBook Pros purchased between February 2011 and December 2013.