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David vs Goliath: Apple beaten in court

RockoW (883785) writes | more than 2 years ago

The Courts 0

RockoW writes "A few years ago, Apple sold defective computers of the MacBook Pro line. They had the defective NVidia 8600M GT GPU . In this case Apple refused to take the computer back and issue me a refund. Instead, they promised to replace the 8600M GT boards when they failed, up to 4 years from the date of purchase.
3 years later the MacBook Pro failed and they refused to replace it. This guy took them to the court and won by they own means."

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