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Apple acknowledges grainy MacBook Pro displays?

updated 09:05 am EST, Wed December 6, 2006

MacBook Pro Grainy Display

Apple's production of MacBook Pros may be experiencing delays due to excessively grainy screens, according to a report from MacBidouille. The French news site has received reports of Apple and its resellers delaying or even temporarily refusing new orders, the system builder claiming that there has been a quality issue identified with the matte displays on 15-inch models. No further details have been given by the company, MacBidouille says. A check of the US Apple Store by Electronista appears to confirm the story, with all 15-inch models experiencing at least a 1-2 business day shipping gap. Glossy 15-inch displays and all 17-inch MacBook Pros remain unaffected. Members of the MacNN forums have been discussing the issue since shortly after the computer's launch.

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