As the folks at BGR put it, despite the new MacBook Air models being the slimmest machines Apple has ever built, the manufacturer managed to find space to pack some bugs in them. Internal memos that were leaked documented two different display software issues, although there seems to be more than just these.
As the folks at BGR put it, despite the new MacBook Air models being the slimmest machines Apple has ever built, the manufacturer managed to find space to pack some bugs in them.
Early MacBook Air (Late 2010) adopters have complained about various issues bugging their spanking new machines.
BGR has reported that one of their sources had informed them Apple is investigating some of the problems raised by these early adopters.
There seems to be a few problems surrounding these machines, although there are just two internal memos that have been leaked / pictured, which document two different display software issues.
The first issue is the internal display fades dark to light colors repeatedly after waking from sleep, which affects both the 13-inch and 11-inch Airs. The second is horizontal flickering on the internal display after waking from sleep, or hot-plugging an external display, which affects the 13-inch Air.
Apple’s Customer Service has been told to reassure customers that Apple is aware of these issues, and is working towards a fix.