Apple scores victory in lawsuit over defective MacBook logic boards
Apple has scored another legal victory today, this time in a case concerning defective logic boards in MacBooks sold since May of 2010. The case was dismissed on grounds that plaintiffs weren't able to prove that the logic boards used were "unfit for their ordinary purpose."
It's important to note that this lawsuit is seperate from one initiated late last year over a similar issue concerning the integrity of the soldering between the GPU and logic board in 2011 MacBook Pros.
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