A retina MacBook Pro owner is gearing up to launch a class action lawsuit against Apple over the ghosting in his computer’s display, according to Law360. The issue broadly affects the high-resolution MacBook Pros and has been ascribed to LG-made panels, versus Samsung ones. The lawsuit accuses Apple of “tricking” customers into buying ghosting screens by not disclosing which computer uses which make of display.
Apparently the lawsuit has been filed in California by Beau Hodges. who says that the two makes of display made by LG and Samsung respectively “exhibit different levels of performance and quality” and claims Apple is in the wrong for advertising both displays as the same.
Do customers have a right to know when parts are used or not used or are Apple adversing the products correctly ? Will this class action go anywhere at all ?
LINK to full story over at Ars Technica.