MacBook Airs Could Be Suffering from Faulty Hinges

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clean86

I can understand apple not covering a repair caused by dropping a note book but not covering a repair that is based on faulty design or a bad hinge is just bad business. This behavior is not top quality customer support for a high end and cost product. Get with the program Apple in this economy you can't afford to alienate your customer base.

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clean86

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shorap

That's no bueno but what's more surprising is the part about some Genius Bars not honoring warranties because of a technicality. When someone's is paying as much as they are for Apple Care that warranty should cover "accidentals"..

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Ben

This is why I try to by SUPER careful with my TiBook.

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