This is a pending investigation and potential class action against Apple in connection with the design of its iMac computer.
The iMac by Apple is one of the company's latest design marvels, with the entire system, the display, the processors, hard drive, optical drive and more contained in one aluminum display. Some consumers have started to complain that the iMac's sleak design comes at a cost of losing performance. Consumers allegedly have noticed that upon the insertion and/or ejection of discs that several parallel scratches appear on the disc, rendering the disc unusable. These scratches appear to be caused by a defective design of the small aluminum slot in the body of the iMac as the metal is unevenly cut. This unevenly cut metal comes into contact with a disc when the disc is either inserted or ejected from the disk drive.
If you recently purchased an iMac computer from Apple and have experienced this problem, please share your experience with us.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Apple Inc. (AAPL)
Apple Inc. designs, manufactures and sells consumer electronics including computers, cell phones. It also owns and operates Itunes, the largest website to download and manage music.
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