Apple Goes Back to Court Over Crappy MacBook Screens Stephen Fung May 19, 2007 Extras When customers need to launch a class action lawsuit, then you would think that Apple would take that seriously? Nope. They’re still trying to dodge the bullet on user complaints of false advertising on the capabilities of their MacBook screens. The 22-page suit includes about 6 pages of sample complaints waged by disgruntled customers on Apple’s discussion forms and other outlets, including the AppleInsider and MacNN forums. It notes that a large number of customers have contacted Apple for relief, to no avail. “Many such dissatisfied purchasers were chastised by Apple agents and employees for being too picky about their assessment of the quality of the display,” the suit alleges. “Other dissatisfied purchasers were told that they were imagining the complained about defects.” Source: Apple Insider Share This With The World!