Legal dust-up: MacBook owners are suing Apple over a lack of filters

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Legal dust-up: MacBook owners are suing Apple over a lack of filters

Apple is facing a new class action lawsuit related to dust buildup in its MacBook and iMac hardware. The representing law firm claims Apple knowingly left out dust filters, leading to costly repairs.

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